Oppo A58 Specs: 8GB RAM, 5000mAh Battery, Launch Date!

Let’s have a look at the new Oppo smartphone that hit the market today with 8GB RAM and a 5000mAh battery! Check out the Oppo A58 specs below!

Oppo A58 Specs

Oppo A58 specs

Previously, the Chinese company launched the high-end Oppo Find N2 with premium specs and stunning cameras. Then came the Reno8 Pro House of the Dragon special edition with an incredible and gorgeous design. Now, the company is returning to the mid-range market with its newest handset, Oppo A58. Notably, the Oppo smartphone arrives with improved hardware and a massive battery. Read on to catch the full Oppo A58 specs now! 

In detail, Oppo A58 specs offer a 6.56-inch IPS LCD with HD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, the Oppo device gets power from the MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset. Furthermore, the Oppo handset runs on Android 12-based ColorOS 12.1. About the memory department, the Oppo device sports three memory configurations – 128GB/ 6GB RAM, 128GB/ 8GB RAM, and 256GB/ 8GB RAM (expandable via microSD card).

Oppo A58

Let’s talk about the optics system! The Oppo A58 camera packs a dual rear lens setup. It consists of a 50MP primary sensor + 2MP ultra-wide snapper with LED flash and an Innovation AI Camera. This Oppo machine features a single 8MP for taking selfies and calling video at the notch front-facing. Battery-wise, the Oppo handset houses a massive 5000mAh juice box that supports 33W fast charging. Besides, the A58 also features a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and Dual Ultra Linear Stereo Speakers with Dirac Sound. It also has IP54 dust and water resistance and 5G connectivity. Lastly, the Oppo smartphone will come with three color options: Black, Purple, and Blue.

Oppo A58 release date and price

According to our legit source, the Oppo A58 release date was on November 10, and it is on its way to other markets. Concerning the cost, the Oppo A58 price can begin at around $234 ~ Rs.19,100. Let us know your thoughts on this new handset in the comment section!