Oppo Enco M32 Neckband-Style Earphones Teased to Launch in India Soon

Oppo Enco M32 neckband-style earphones India launch has been teased by the company. The earphones will come with a fast charging technology, bass drivers and ergonomic fin design. These upcoming Oppo earphones are the successor to the Enco M31 earbuds that were launched in May last year. There is not much information about the price and specifications. These upcoming earphones will be available on Amazon just like the Oppo Enco M31. They are expected to be offered in multiple colour options.

The Oppo Enco M32 earphones are listed on a microsite on Amazon.in, which means they will be available for purchase on the e-commerce website. The microsite also has a small video which shows the features of the earphones. They will come with a fast charging technology that is claimed to offer up to 20 hours of playback in 10 minutes charging. We can also see a USB Type-C port in the video. Oppo claims that the earphones can be fully charged in 35 minutes. The Oppo India site has also created a microsite for the new headphones, detailing the same information.

Additionally, the video clip shows that the Oppo Enco M32 will feature an ergonomic fin design, and will be equipped with 10mm large dynamic drivers to boost bass. Other features include magnetic earbuds which join together in case they are not being used. There is a Black colour option, and they weigh 33 grams.

In comparison, the Oppo Enco M31 earphones offer 3 hours of music playback with 10 minutes of charging. They are equipped with 9.2mm dynamic drivers, and use Bluetooth 5.0 for connectivity. They have IPX5 rating for water resistance, and an AI-powered noise cancellation feature. They also feature Magnetic Control for pausing and starting music by joining and separating the earbuds. The earphones are offered in Black and Green colour options.


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Sourabh Kulesh is a Chief Sub Editor at Gadgets 360. He has worked in a national daily newspaper, a news agency, a magazine and now writing technology news online. He has knowledge on a wide gamut of topics related to cybersecurity, enterprise and consumer technology. Write to sourabhk@ndtv.com or get in touch on Twitter through his handle @KuleshSourabh.
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Fast refresh rate to fast-er charging: Latest smartphone trends to look out for

The smartphone industry is growing at a rapid pace. Despite the coronavirus-induced pandemic wreaking havoc, and disrupting manufacturing and supply chains across the globe, phone makers have managed to keep churning out newer and better phones, month after month. While there are a number of reasons that have ensured the smartphone industry has seen little decline, the primary has been the industry’s push for innovation. Currently, there are a number of innovative technologies that are driving smartphones forward. From display tech to fast charging technologies and more. Here are the top tech trends that are driving growth in the smartphone industry right now. 

MEMC

Displays have become a key area of focus for smartphone manufacturers, with the biggest names in the industry all launching phones with beautiful displays that not only look great but also offer forward-looking tech to enhance the user’s experience of multimedia consumption on their phones. One of these technologies is MEMC. 

MEMC or Motion Estimation, Motion Compensation is a technology that adds additional frames between original frames to help improve the frame rate of a video.  The idea here is to add extra frames artificially so that the video can be run at a much higher frame rate than it was originally shot at. This feature is quite useful on devices with high-frame-rate displays.  Because of its potential, MEMC (graphics motion smoothing) is emerging as a major trend that smartphone makers are increasingly looking towards as a point of differentiation between their products and competing ones.  

Motion Compensation is a technology that adds additional frames between original frames to help improve the frame rate of a video

Fast refresh rate

Another display feature that’s becoming a major trend in 2021 is the support for fast refresh rates. Fast refresh rate displays have also come a long way, with the first batch of panels only supporting 90Hz refresh, however, in 2021, flagship phones offer up to 144Hz refresh rate displays. With flagships offering support for such fast refresh rates, 90Hz and 120hz refresh rate panels have started to find a place on more affordable phones. The democratisation of this technology has been such that we can expect to see even budget segment phones getting fast refresh rate phones in the coming months. 

While fast refresh rate displays have been around for a while now, the feature has truly started to become popular in 2021. Yet, despite being one of the first names on a smartphone’s feature sheet these days, the benefits of high refresh rate phones, or for the matter how they work, are not very well understood by most buyers.

Fast refresh rate displays promise a lot of benefits. These include the promise of improving the experience of playing games, watching movies and browsing the internet on a smartphone. While running a display at a fast refresh rate may cost extra in battery life, the trade-off in terms of experience is generally worth it. 

Fast-er charging

Battery life has always been one of the biggest bottlenecks on smartphones, and despite there being great advancements in this field, even the most powerful smartphones in 2021 remain at the mercy of average-sized battery packs that promise at an average a day’s use of run-time at best. However, with a radical solution not in sight, phone makers have started to look at fast-charging solutions to ease the blow of having an average-sized battery on their phones. 

Phone makers such as Xiaomi, Oppo, OnePlus, Vivo and Realme have all started to introduce devices across various price segments in India that support extreme fast charging standards. For example, OnePlus has its WarpCharge 65T, Xiaomi has its proprietary 67W fast charging technology, Oppo has the 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 fast charging standard to name a few. In the coming months, the fast charging trend is expected to only pick up the pace with companies bringing even faster charging standards with their future phones in India.

Chipset wars

The world of smartphones is also seeing greater competition in the chipset department than ever before. While Qualcomm had remained the king of the jungle for a long time, MediaTek is now emerging as the chipmaker of choice for most smartphone manufacturers putting together new mid-range and upper-midrange flagships. From Oppo to Realme and Poco, many popular phone makers have turned to MediaTek (specifically their Dimensity 1200 SoC) for providing top-notch gaming and overall performance on their phones. 

5G benefits

Another major trend that’s sweeping the smartphone industry right now, is the 5G wave. As a network standard, this new one promises a lot to be excited about. While there are a lot of advantages that this new networking standard offers, what’s most important is that it offers a greater speed of data transmission at much lower latency and improved bandwidth to accommodate a greater number of devices at a given time. But above all else, it is designed to deliver peak data rates up to 20 Gbps which is the biggest differentiating factor between 5G and 4G networks. 

Even though 5G is not commercially available in India at the moment — with an eventual roll-out still 18-24moths away — the smartphone makers have already started to prepare for it. Multiple 5G phones have been launched across price segments over the last year and a half, with more devices expected to be launched even in the budget segment in the coming year. 

AMOLED and Super AMOLED displays going mainstream

With end-users demanding bigger and better displays, smartphone makers have started to look towards AMOLED and Super AMOLED panels to improve the visual experiences that can be had on devices. And understandably so. These displays not only offer better visual quality over LCD panels, but also other benefits. In comparison to regular LCD panels, an AMOLED display consumes less power and is also capable of faster motion response rates.  Super AMOLED panels offer even better performance and they offer 20% increased brightness at about 20% lower power consumption levels. It also offers 80% less sunlight reflection.

The trend, however, is the fact that AMOLED displays are finding a place in affordable smartphones, with Samsung leading from the front with its M series and now finding company from other manufacturers as well. If you are looking to buy a smartphone in the 15-20K segment, you surely should settle for nothing less than an AMOLED display.

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Oppo Enco Air TWS Earphones, Oppo Band Vitality Edition Launched: All the details

Oppo Enco Air true wireless stereo (TWS) earphones and Oppo Band Vitality Edition smart band have been launched in China. These products were unveiled alongside Oppo K9 5G smartphone and Oppo K9 smart TV at an event on Thursday. The Oppo Enco Air earphones come with a translucent case and supports Bluetooth v5.2. They are equipped with a bass booster tube and offer fast charging technology. Meanwhile, Oppo Band Vitality Edition comes with features such as NFC, blood oxygen level monitoring, and a touchscreen AMOLED display.

Oppo Enco Air TWS earphones, Oppo Band Vitality Edition price, availability

Oppo Enco Air TWS earphones are available for pre-booking on JD.com. They are priced at CNY 299 (roughly Rs. 3,400), however, customers who book the earphones will get them for CNY 249 (roughly Rs. 2,800). They are available in Black, Blue, Green, and White colour options. The earphones were first revealed in Italy back in April.

Oppo Band Vitality Edition can also be pre-booked now on JD.com. The smart band is priced at CNY 199 (roughly Rs. 2,200), however, if customers pre-order it, they can get it for CNY 149 (roughly Rs. 1,700). The fitness band can be purchased in Black and Orange colour options.

There’s no information on when Oppo Enco Air and Oppo Band Vitality Edition will be available in global markets.

Oppo Enco Air TWS earphones specifications, features

Oppo Enco Air TWS earphones can offer up to 24 hours of playback with the charging case. Oppo says that each earbud delivers up to 4 hours of playback on a single charge. The company claims that a quick 10 minutes of charging offers a total of up to 8 hours of playback. They are charged through a USB Type-C port. The earphones have a semi in-ear design and are equipped with 10mm dynamic drivers. They also feature two microphones in each earbud and a bass booster tube for a punchy sound.

The Enco Air TWS earphones come with Game Mode that offers a low latency of 47ms for seamless sync between audio and video during gaming. The earphones can connect with the smartphone as soon as the charging case is opened. The earbuds support touch controls to play or pause music, and answer or end calls. They come with IPX4 rating for water resistance and are compatible with Android as well as iOS.

Oppo Band Vitality Edition specifications, features

Oppo Band Vitality Edition features a 1.1-inch AMOLED display and 12 exercise modes. The band allows users to monitor their sleep, heart rate, as well as bloody oxygen saturation (SpO2) levels. It also has NFC that facilitates touch-less payment. It offers water resistance up to 50 meters and can deliver a run time of up to 14 days on a single charge.


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Oppo K9 5G With Snapdragon 768G SoC, 65W Fast Charging Launched: Price, Specifications

Oppo K9 5G smartphone has been launched in China. The smartphone comes equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 768g SoC and 65W fast charging that can provide up to 2 hours of runtime with 5 minutes of charging. The smartphone packs a triple rear camera setup that is highlighted by a 64-megapixel primary sensor. The handset also packs a 90Hz display, and 3D liquid cool system to keep the temperature of the phone in check. The smartphone is launched alongside Oppo Enco Air true wireless stereo (TWS) earphones, Oppo K9 Smart TV, and Oppo Band.

Oppo K9 5G price, availability

Oppo K9 5G is launched in two storage variants. The 8GB +128GB storage variant is priced at CNY 1,899 (roughly Rs. 21,600), and the 8GB + 256GB storage model can be purchased at a price of CNY 2,199 (roughly Rs. 25,000). The smartphone is available for pre-booking now and those who book it will get CNY 200 off. The phone will go on sale from May 11 in Black and Gradient colour options. Oppo is also offering discounts if a customer buys bundled products. There’s no word on the phone’s international availability yet.

Oppo K9 5G specifications

The dual-SIM (Nano) Oppo K9 5G runs on ColorOS 11.1, based on Android 11. The phone features a 6.43-inch full-HD+ (1,080×2,400 pixels) display with a 90Hz refresh rate, up to 180Hz touch sampling rate, 91.7 percent screen-to-body ratio, 20:9 aspect ratio, and 410ppi pixel density. The smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 768G SoC, paired with an Adreno 620 GPU. The handset offers 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB storage.

Oppo K9 5G is fitted with an enhanced large-area VC liquid-cooled heat sink copper plate and multi-layer thermal conductive graphite sheet for heat dissipation to keep the temperature of the handset under control while gaming sessions.

In terms of optics, Oppo K9 5G packs a triple rear camera setup that includes a 64-megapixel primary sensor with an f/1.7 lens, an 8-megapixel sensor with an ultra-wide-angle f/2.2 lens, a 2-megapixel macro shooter with an f/2.4 lens. At the front, the Oppo smartphone has a 32-megapixel selfie shooter with an f/2.4 aperture.

Connectivity options on the handset include Wi-Fi 5, 5G, Bluetooth, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a USB Type-C port. Sensors onboard Oppo K9 5G include geomagnetic sensor, proximity sensor, accelerometer, gravity sensor, and gyroscope. There is an under-display fingerprint scanner as well. The phone is backed by a 4,300mAh battery that supports 65W fast charging technology. The fast charging support enables the Oppo K9 5G to fully juice up in 35 minutes. The smartphone measures 159.1×73.4×7.9mm and weighs 172 grams.


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Oppo A53 2020 Price in India Cut, Now Starts at Rs. 10,990

Oppo A53 2020 price in India has been slashed permanently. The smartphone was launched in two variants in India, and both the variants have received a revised price. They are listed on Flipkart with their new price tags. The Oppo A53 2020 comes with a hole-punch display design and features a gradient back design. The handset sports a triple rear camera setup apart from a 90Hz refresh rate display. It competes against the likes of the Realme 6, Samsung Galaxy M31, and Redmi Note 9 Pro.

As per the listings on Flipkart, the base 4GB RAM and 64GB storage model, which was launched for Rs. 12,990, is now available at a price of Rs. 10,990 with an effective price cut of Rs. 2,000. Similarly, the top-end model of with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage can now be purchased for Rs. 12,990 after getting an effective price cut of Rs. 2,500 on its launch price of Rs. 15,490. The Oppo A53 comes in Electric Black, Fairy White, and Fancy Blue colour options.

Gadgets 360 reached out to Oppo and the Chinese technology company confirmed that the price drop is permanent. It also said that the Oppo A53 may also have additional offers during sale events which may vary event to event. It is to be noteworthy that Flipkart is currently hosting Flipkart Big Saving Days Sale in which it is offering discounts and offers on phones, smart TVs, and other electronics.

Oppo A53 2020 specifications

The dual-SIM (Nano) Oppo A53 2020 sports a 6.5-inch HD+ (720×1,600 pixels) display with a 90Hz refresh rate and 20:9 aspect ratio. It is powered by the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC, paired with up to 6GB RAM and up to 128GB of onboard storage options that are expandable via microSD card (up to 256GB). The handset packs a 5,000mAh battery that supports 18W fast charging.

The Oppo A53 2020 offers a triple rear camera setup that includes a 13-megapixel primary sensor. It is complemented by a 2-megapixel depth sensor with an f/2.4 lens and a 2-megapixel sensor with an f/2.4 macro lens. For selfies and video calls, there is a 16-megapixel camera sensor at the front, with an f/2.0 lens. There is also the fingerprint sensor at the back of the handset. The phone also comes with stereo speakers.


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OPPO Watch Review: The ultimate WearOS smartwatch?

The Oppo Watch is the first smartwatch from the company’s stable that aims to punch above its weight. At first glance, it seems eerily familiar to the Apple Watch. While Oppo’s smartwatch runs on Google’s WearOS, the design takes a page or two out of Apple’s book albeit with its own spin. The Oppo Watch feels solid and feels premium while you hold it in your hand, which can’t be said for all Android smartwatches. You get all the necessary fitness features with the Oppo Watch as you’d expect but is it the ultimate Android smartwatch, we find out.

Oppo Watch Build and Design

The Oppo Watch is priced starting at Rs 14,990 for the 41mm variant and Rs 19,900 for the 46mm model. The 41mm watch size is more compact and is suitable for people with skinny wrists while the 46mm watch is quite hefty. We received the 46mm Oppo Watch for this review here but will keep highlighting certain differences between the two throughout.

Starting with the look and feel, this smartwatch has an aluminium alloy frame with the 46mm variant going for a ceramic back with a plastic sensor module. It measures 12.96 millimetres in thickness and weighs around 39 grams without the straps. 

The watch uses Oppo’s proprietary fluoro rubber straps and can be replaced with other coloured straps of the same make. Though you would find it pretty hard to find a third-party strap for the Oppo Watch as it uses a different clasp design. The watch looks pretty and premium but it doesn’t have the finesse of an Apple Watch. 

There’s a home button on the right edge along with a smaller multifunction programmable button with recessed green accent, for easier identification. The buttons aren’t too rigid and have decent feedback. On the left side, there are two cutouts for the speaker unit. Moreover, the Oppo Watch is 5ATM certified making it water-resistant to upto 50 meters underwater for 10 minutes

The Oppo Watch 46mm features a 1.91-inch AMOLED screen that curves neatly towards the edges, meeting up with the aluminium chassis. The 41mm variant is a tad bit smaller in size and has a plastic rear panel that measures 13 millimetres in thickness and weighs roughly 30 grams. Unlike the bigger model, this one features a flat 1.6-inch AMOLED screen, a smaller 300mAh battery and is 3ATM certified.

The AMOLED screen on this smartwatch offers upto five modes of manual brightness control and it will be safe to say that it gets pretty bright when required. We found ourselves keeping the brightness levels at 3 when indoors and it also offers great sunlight legibility. The display is crisp in reproducing details with vivid colours and overall looks elegant on the hand with different watch faces to suit the mood.

The Oppo Watch is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 SoC, runs on WearOS and is paired with 1GB RAM and 8GB storage. In addition, it is also equipped with the Ambiq Micro Apollo 3 wireless SoC for the Power Saver mode. It connects to a smartphone over Bluetooth 4.2 and uses the HeyTap Health companion app to monitor the different fitness features. Being a WearOS smartwatch, there’s Google Assistant onboard for your service and can be used simply by giving voice commands. From weather updates to setting reminders to even playing your favourite music, it does come in handy.

Also onboard are the various sensors including the ambient light sensor, tri-axial acceleration sensor, geomagnetic sensor, optical heart rate monitor, barometric sensor and a gyroscope. These bunch of sensors are responsible for most of the fitness features the Oppo Watch offers including sleep monitoring and workout modes. In our use, we didn’t face any major lag or stuttering when it comes to interacting with the watch and it felt snappier most of the time.

Oppo Watch tracking features

Oppo Watch offers real-time heart rate monitoring keeping a track of your vitals and sends out an alert in case of any irregularities. The optical sensors regularly monitor the user’s heart rate throughout and provide the average, resting, lowest and highest bpm rate.

The sleep tracking system monitors the user’s sleeping pattern and provides actionable insights on the stages and kind of sleep from the previous night. The smartwatch details the sleep tracking by categorising the sleep cycle into a deep sleep, light sleep and average awake duration.

It doesn’t record REM sleep or heart rate during sleep and while we didn’t have a reference device, the sleep data collected by the Oppo Watch was in line with my everyday sleep cycle. However, for some reason, the watch only monitors the sleep cycle between 8 PM to 10 AM, which is a bummer as it cannot be modified in settings.

There’s a breathing mode that helps users de-stress by taking them through a guided exercise session that can be customized to upto 5 minutes and 35 breaths. During this mode, the watch vibrates indicating users to breathe in and out for the set duration. It is a nifty little feature but if used properly and regularly can help users to meditate. 

Additionally, the watch will automatically remind users to get up if they have been sitting for over an hour in the same place. It alerts users by sending a pop-up message asking them to move around for some time and stretch their legs. This comes in really handy for users who work long hours sitting in front of their laptops or computer screens.

Some other fitness features include the fitness run, 5-minute workouts, fat burn run, walking, cycling and swimming. These are some preset sessions that users can activate before going on a run, morning walk, swimming and more. The 5-min workout mode includes morning energizer, get moving, full-body workout, fat blaster and bedtime stretch. During our regular use, we found the step counter to be pretty accurate as it is capable of recording your walks and runs instantly. Having said that, if there’s a need for detailed metrics, you’d be much better off with a tracker from Garmin or Fitbit.

Upon choosing any workout mode, the watch displays specific instructions on how to proceed with the session to best complete the activity. All workouts are logged on the HeyTap Health app which keeps a track of the exercises and daily activities including steps taken, calories burnt, floors climbed and distance covered.

Oppo Watch battery life

The Oppo Watch 46mm has a 430mAh battery that the company claims will last upto 36 hours in the normal mode and upto 21 days on Power Saver mode. In our use though, the Oppo Watch with always-on display and heart rate monitor enabled and connected to the phone over Bluetooth, we got around 18-20 hours of battery life on a single charge. This was when the watch was being regularly used with incoming notifications and call alerts.

We were able to get some more hours out of the watch when we engaged the Power Saver mode when the battery hit below 20 percent as there is a dedicated low power processor inside.

Apart from that, the Oppo Watch uses a pogo-pin magnetic connector that supports VOOC fast charging solution and was able to fully recharge the battery in 60-70 minutes. 

Verdict

The Oppo Watch is a solid first attempt by the company in creating an almost perfect Android smartwatch. It looks great, feels premium in the hand, has a gorgeous display that can be customised with different watch faces and comes pre-loaded with tons of fitness and activity tracking features. Save for the battery life and system-level optimisations, the Oppo Watch is a decent Android smartwatch but for its price, there are other smartwatches such as those from Amazfit, Samsung, TicWatch and even the latest Mi Watch Revolve that are more dependable and value for money. Having said that, we are definitely intrigued by the Oppo Watch and can’t wait to see what the company does with the next generation of its smartwatch.

 

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OPPO F11 PRO MOBILE SPECIFICATIONS

16.28 cm (6.41 inch) Display
16MP + 2MP | 25MP Front Camera
3600 mAh Battery
Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 Octa Core 1.95 GHz Processor
In-display Fingerprint Sensor
AMOLED Display

Specifications:

General
In The Box Handset, Earphone, Micro-USB Cable, Adapter, SIM Card Tool, Case, Screen Protect Film, Important Information Booklet with Warranty Card, Quick Guide
Model Number CPH1893
Model Name K1
Color Astral Blue
Browse Type Smartphones
SIM Type Dual Sim
Hybrid Sim Slot No
Touchscreen Yes
OTG Compatible Yes
Sound Enhancements Dual Microphone
Display Features
Display Size 16.28 cm (6.41 inch)
Resolution 2340 x 1080 pixels
GPU Adreno GPU 512
Display Type AMOLED On-cell
Display Colors 16M
Other Display Features Bezel: 1.7mm (Left and Right), 2.05mm (Up), 4.36mm (Down), Screen Contrast: 60000:1, Color Gamut: 100% (Typical), Screen Brightness: 430 nits (Typical), Screen to Body Ratio: 91%, Corning Gorilla Glass 5
Os & Processor Features
Operating System Android Oreo 8.1
Processor Type Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 Octa Core 1.95 GHz
Processor Core Octa Core
Primary Clock Speed 1.95 GHz
Operating Frequency GSM: Bands 850/900/1800/1900, 3G: Bands 850/900/1700/1900/2100 MHz, LTE: B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B7/B8/B18/B19/B20/B26/B28/B38/B39/B40/B41 (120 MHz)
Memory & Storage Features
Internal Storage 64 GB
RAM 4 GB
Expandable Storage 256 GB
Supported Memory Card Type microSD
Memory Card Slot Type Dedicated Slot
Camera Features
Primary Camera Available Yes
Primary Camera 16MP + 2MP
Primary Camera Features Aperture: F1.75 + F2.4, Photo Size: 4608 x 3456 pixels, 77Degree Field of Angle, Camera Sensor Type: CMOS, Auto Focus, Camera Effects: Beautification, Filter, Sticker, Burst Mode, Macro Focus: 10 cm
Secondary Camera Available Yes
Secondary Camera 25MP
Secondary Camera Features Aperture: F2.0, Photo Size: 4312 x 5760 pixels, 79Degree Field of Angle, Camera Sensor Type: CMOS
Flash Rear LED Flash
Dual Camera Lens Primary Camera
Call Features
Call Records Yes
Connectivity Features
Network Type 4G VOLTE, 4G, 3G, 2G
Supported Networks 4G VoLTE, 4G LTE, WCDMA, GSM
Internet Connectivity 4G, 3G, Wi-Fi, EDGE, GPRS
3G Yes
3G Speed HSPA+, HSPA: DL – 42.2 Mbps, UL – 11 Mbps
GPRS Yes
Micro USB Port Yes
Bluetooth Support Yes
Bluetooth Version 5
Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi Hotspot Yes
USB Connectivity Yes
EDGE Yes
Audio Jack 3.5mm
Other Details
Smartphone Yes
Touchscreen Type Capacitive with Multi-touch
SIM Size Nano SIM
User Interface ColorOS 5.2
Removable Battery No
Graphics PPI 402 PPI
Sensors In-display Fingerprint Sensor, Magnetic Induction, Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, G-sensor, Acceleration Sensor, Sensor Hub, E-compass
Ringtones Format OGG
Other Features 4G+, Data Service: TD-LTE, FDD-LTE, 4G Data Rate: DL – 750 Mbps, UL – 300 Mbps, Face Recognition, Split Screen (Specific Apps), Kids Space, Clone Apps, Night Shield, Game Acceleration (Specific Apps), Oshare (Aim at the Indian Phone Number Recognition), Program Frozen, File Encryption, Flashlight, Picture Format: JPG, PNG, BMP, GIF, Webpage Video Play, Import and Export Contacts, Import and Export Messages, Files Compression and Decompression, Call Records: 3000, Group Send Upper Limit: 200, Wi-Fi: WLAN 2.4G, WLAN 5.1G, WLAN 5.8G, WLAN Display, Support HD, AI Powered Front Camera, 3D Gradient Body, Waterdrop Screen
Multimedia Features
Audio Formats WAV, AAC/M4A, MP3, WMA, AMR/AWB, FLAC, ALAC, OGG, AIFF, APE, MID/MIDI/IMY, MP2, QCELP, EVRC, 3GPP
Video Formats MP4
Battery & Power Features
Battery Capacity 3600 mAh
Talk Time 28 hrs 1 min
Dimensions
Width 75.5 mm
Height 158.3 mm
Depth 7.4 mm
Weight 156 g
Warranty
Warranty Summary Brand Warranty of 1 Year Available for Mobile and 6 Months for Accessories