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Oppo K3 listing reveals every key detail and even the price

13 May 2019 3

Oppo has a new smartphone to launch and its listing is spotted on China Telecom’s website. Interestingly, the listing reveals the key details and even tips the price. According to the listing, the device is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 710 processor and packs a 6.5-inch display with a resolution of 1080x2340 pixels.

The Oppo K3 is listed with 8GB RAM, but according to a previous leak, the company might also launch a lower-end model than this which would bear 6GB RAM. Going by the listing, the K3 will pack a 16MP primary camera assisted by a 2MP secondary camera on the back, while a 16MP camera on the front, which might be housed on a pop-up module, like its Reno device.

The listing adds that the Oppo K3 will sport a 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB Type-C port that will allow 20W fast charging, which is tipped to support the in-house VOOC 3.0 flash charging technology. The device is believed to be the successor to the Oppo K1 and thus it might feature an in-display fingerprint scanner.

Coming to the price, which is also revealed by the listing, the Oppo K3 will be priced at CNY 2,199, but this is the listing for 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. The price of the 6GB RAM variant is unknown but it will be of course lower than that. The device is tipped to come in Nebula Purple, Dark Black, and Morning White colors.

This is unknown when the device will go official but looking at its complete revelation on the China Telecom, we may see it sooner.

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Oppo K3 listing reveals every key detail and even the price
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