With a flat frame, comparatively thin screen margins, a pill-shaped camera module, and an eye-catching green edition, Oppo’s latest mid-range smartphone boasts a modern aesthetic. This not only gives the gadget a more fashionable appearance than many of its competitors at comparable prices, but the features are also very good given the cost.

Even if “only” 1,200 nits are achievable in full-screen HBM mode, Oppo’s 6.67-inch, 120 Hz OLED display delivers a resolution of 2,400 x 1,080 pixels and a peak brightness of 2,100 nits. The battery can be charged with up to 80 watts of USB-C power and has an above-average capacity of 5,500 mAh. A microSD card can be used to increase the device’s flash capacity, which ranges from 256 GB to 512 GB.

The 50 MP main camera and 2 MP sensor are located on the back of the device, while the 16 MP selfie camera is located in the centre punch-hole. Oppo opts to economise on CPU power by using the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 5G from 2021, which boasts six Cortex-A55 efficiency cores operating at 1.7 GHz and two ARM Cortex-A78 performance cores with maximum clock rates of 2.2 GHz. With Android 14, the 191-gram smartphone is available.

Prices and availability

The Oppo K12x, which has 8 GB RAM and 256 GB flash memory, will go on sale in China for 1,299 yuan (about 165 euros). The highest model, which has 12 GB or 512 GB memory, costs 1,799 yuan (about 229 euros).

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