Oppo A73 5G pros and cons

Oppo A73 Review, Pros and Cons – The Oppo A73 is aimed at the European market and is more like the F14 that was launched a few months ago in India. There are two variants of Oppo A73, 5G, and non-5G, which present a significant difference in terms of design and internal configuration.

The Oppo A73 is more like a standard device with a 6.44 inches V notch screen and sleek screen aspect ratio, powered by the 4015 mAh battery that powered the Snapdragon 662 chipset on the board. On the other hand, the 5G variant has higher specifications.

The main difference between the Oppo A73 and A73 5g smartphones is the type of screen, screen size, chipset, GPU, camera, battery, and price. The 5g model comes with MediaTek Dimensity 720 chipset that really handles multitasking with ease. You can see the comparison of the specifications side by side below.

Now, let’s see what we can expect from the Oppo A73 and what it is worth.

Oppo A73 Review

Highlights

  1. In newspapers, the processing speed rises to 2.3 GHz from four octa-core cores.
  2. The phone has a set of four cameras in which the 16 MP shines as the main snapper and offers the same sniper as the selfie port.
  3. As for internal resources, the Colors OS 7.2 UI based on Android 10 handles everything about the interface.
  4. This device is available in most regions of Europe.
  5. There are two wonderful color options, Classic Silver and Navy Blue, which cost 190 euros (about US $ 220 or 16,499 INR).

Design and Display

The layout of the polycarbonate material does not change and is extensively reassembled on the Oppo F14. The main thing is that it does have four cameras defined instead of this Oppo A73 handles three cameras under the squirrel island.

There is no doubt that the elegant design is one of the main selling points of the Oppo, and this phone was not lacking in terms of style and design. The texture gradient is also present to offer a premium touch.

On the front screen, the 6.44 inches screen covered with AMOLED technology opens the door to a fingerprint scanner under the screen for biometric authentication. Full HD resolution also matches a decent amount of pixel density that influences the screen to improve the viewing experience. In addition, the brightness of 500 nits is very good.

Memory and Internal

The Snapdragon 662 SoC offers the Adreno 610 graphics unit and processing unit that controls the speed of the system up to the maximum limit of 2.3 GHz. But, the asset will not last because Colors OS has some pre-installed Bloatware, although it is good to see that there is