An affordable phone called the Oppo A32 was launched in China, but it looks suspiciously familiar to me. It turns out that this is the Oppo A53, which has been renamed for the domestic market, with one color replaced with another.
The phone comes with a Snapdragon 460, three cameras and a large battery with quick charge.
The A53 has two RAM options – 4GB and 8GB, while storage is 128GB in both cases. There’s a microSD card slot for up to 256 GB more that can fit in a dedicated slot next to two of the two SIM cards.
The control panel is a 6.5 inch LCD with a refresh rate of 90 Hz and a low HD + resolution. The selfie camera with 1
Oppo A32 in green, black, blue
You get a 13MP main snapper, a 2MP depth sensor and a 2MP macro camera for photos up to 4 cm away from the device.
The battery in the phone is 5,000 mAh at 18 W charge.
Oppo already sells the A32 in three colors – blue, black, and green, with the third being exclusive to the domestic scene, but users will miss the Pearl White version. The prices are either 1,199 CNY (175 USD / 150 EUR) or 1,499 CNY (220 USD / 185 EUR).
source (in Chinese)