OPPO A78 5G smartphone has been launched in the United Kingdom


OPPO A78 5G smartphone has been launched in the United Kingdom

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Oppo has announced the launch of a new smartphone in the UK, the OPPO A78 5G. The phone comes with a MediTek Deimensity 700 processor, 8GB of RAM, a 50MP main camera, and more.

The new OPPO A78 will be available in the UK from Oppo direct and also from EE and the phone will set you back £219, you can check out more details about the device and its features below.

OPPO today announced the launch of its new 5G smartphone, A78 5G in the UK. It features 33W SUPERVOOC powerTM And a large 5,000mAh battery, the OPPO A78 5G brings battery and charging improvements to deliver a premium smartphone experience at an affordable price. With improvements in both hardware and software, the A78 5G delivers seamless all-round performance along with improved camera and entertainment features, all at a lower price. The A78 5G comes with a modern design featuring OPPO’s glowing black color and also comes with ColorOS 13, bringing convenient and efficient features in a modern device.

With 33W SUPERVOOCTM Fast Charging The A78 5G’s long-lasting 5,000mAh battery can be charged to 100% in 67 minutes and provides users with up to 22.85 hours of phone calls on a full charge. While outing in the great British summer, there will be no worries about battery life.

The A78 5G also includes a series of all-day AI power saving features to help users intelligently manage their battery performance and increase overall battery life. Among them, the Super Power Saving mode saves the battery for emergency needs, while the Super Night Standby mode learns the user’s sleep patterns to reduce the power consumption to only 2% during one night.

You can find out more details about the new OPPO A78 5G smartphone on Oppo at the link below. The phone is now available for purchase from Oppo and also from UK carrier EE.

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