Oppo A77

It’s $448, but you will be getting an octa-core Android phone with 4GB of RAM, dual-sim + microSD for expandable storage, a fast fingerprint sensor (which works for unlocking and as a secure method to log in to certain apps), reasonably well front and rear cameras, and quite a premium look-and-feel.
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By Gadget Guy Australia on 84

The Oppo A77 is a respectable low-to-mid-priced phone, generally with performance that fits about right in that range. What lifts it is the much richer appearance and build. And the rare ability to accommodate two SIMs plus a microSD card.Tags...

By Craving Tech on 90

It’s $448, but you will be getting an octa-core Android phone with 4GB of RAM, dual-sim + microSD for expandable storage, a fast fingerprint sensor (which works for unlocking and as a secure method to log in to certain apps), reasonably well front and rear cameras, and quite a premium look-and-feel.

By PCWorld New Zealand on 90

It's quite a crowded market at this level and, at $448, the A77 is a similar price to the dual-camera Huawei GR5 and a bit more expensive than the good all-rounder, Moto G5.Where this phone wins is for build quality, styling and handling – it doesn't...

By itwire.com on

If everyone had this camera phone they would be happy – it has the right blend of features and specifications and we could stop worrying about iPhone killers or Samsung slaughterers and spending obscene amounts of money.Sure, it does not have IP...

By itwire.com on

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