New Oppo A58 4G Launched With 33W SuperVOOC Charging

New Oppo A58 4G

On Tuesday, Oppo introduced the A58 4G to the Indian market. It joins the Oppo A58 5G and the Oppo A58x 5G, both of which use the MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC and the Mali-G57 MC2 GPU. In contrast to the 4G model, which made its debut earlier this year in Indonesia, the 5G models didn’t make their appearance until the previous year. There have been rumors that the Oppo A58 4G has been seen in India at the BIS certification facility. There is now just one storage choice and two color options for the phone in the nation.

Oppo A58 4G features and Specs

The Oppo A58 4G has a 6.72-inch, full-HD+ (2,400 by 1,080 pixel), 90-hertz display powered by a MediaTek Helio G85 system-on-chip and a Mali G52 MC2 GPU. ColorOS 13.1, based on Android 13, is preinstalled, much as on the Indonesian version.

The main sensor of the Oppo A58 4G’s dual back camera unit is 50 megapixels, with a secondary sensor of 2 megapixels for depth perception and depth mapping. Front camera sensor is located in a centered hole-punch slot, while the rear cameras and LED flash unit are housed in vertically organized twin circular rings on the top left corner of the rear panel.

The battery in the Oppo A58 4G is 5,000 mAh and supports 33W wired SuperVOOC rapid charging. The phone has a fingerprint scanner on the side for further security. The device has a variety of connection options, including USB Type-C, GPS, NFC, and Bluetooth v5.3. A 3.5mm headphone jack is included. The device weighs 192 grams and has dimensions of 165.65 x 75.98 x 7.99 millimeters.

Oppo A58 4G Price and Availability

The only configuration of the Oppo A58 4G is 6GB + 128GB, and it costs Rs. 14,999. It comes in both Black and Green hues. The phone can be purchased from Flipkart for as little as Rs. 5,000 with interest-free monthly installments. Additional savings and perks are available to cardholders of participating banks including ICICI, HDFC, and Kotak Bank.

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