Eyeing at the ultra-budget section in India, OPPO has launched its next smartphone in the country. The device is named OPPO Joy Plus and it is priced just 6,990INR.
The device features a good design and a 4inch WVGA display. The device is launched to target and compete with other smartphones available in this price range.
But, looking at this new phone, one can only buy it because of its decent design. Rest, when it comes to specifications, the competitive devices offer better charm.
OPPO Joy Plus specs
Let’s have a look at the complete set of specifications offered by this device.
- MediaTak MT6572 Chipset
- Dual-core 1.3GHz processor
- 1GB of RAM
- 4GB of internal storage
- microSD card support for up to 32GB size
- 4inch WVGA display
- Resolution of 480×800 pixels
- 3MP rear camera with CMOS sensor
- LED flash at rear
- VGA selfie camera
- ColorOS 2.0 Software (Android 4.4.2)
- 3G, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi
- Dual SIM card support
- 1700mAh battery
With all those features and specifications, the device really looks a little bit pricey when we compare to other devices available in the price group.
The camera is not even a 5MP, which is common these days, but it holds Double Exposure, Beautify Mode 3.0 and few other software gimmicks to offer better imaging quality.
The OS running the device is KitKat 4.4.2, which is a little bit outdated, but you won’t find that a problem, because of ColorOS 2.0 skin, which is added on top of it.
There is a unique feature at its display, which makes it usable even with wet hands and with gloves. The feature is named Ultra Touch sensitive (a fancy term), and at this price point, such feature can help the device to attract the consumer.
Before concluding, I want you to share your side and let us know whether such unique few features are good enough for you to buy OPPO Joy Plus?
Also, now since we have one more smartphone in this special ultra-affordable price group, which one is your favorite?