Oppo A1s Unveiled; Diamond Structure Build, Massive 12GB RAM, & 120Hz AMOLED

Usama Rasool

Oppo continues to impress with its downright amazing smartphones. One of its latest offerings is the Oppo A1s. Launched recently, this device packs a punch with an anti-fall protection build and a spectacular 12GB of RAM, setting a new standard for mid-range phones. Let's dive deeper into its specs.

Sporting a textured appearance and a robust diamond anti-fall structure, the Oppo A1s carries fall resistance inside and out. Available in Dusk Mountain Purple, Night Sea Black, and Sky Water Blue, the newcomer has an option for every preference.

Its 6.1-inch Full HD+ AMOLED screen delivers stunning visuals with a 2,412 x 1,080 pixel resolution and a smooth 120Hz refresh rate. Protected by Corning Gorilla Glass, the Oppo A1s display offers excellent scratch and drop protection, ensuring durability without compromising quality.

Under the hood, the OPPO A1s has a 2.0GHz MediaTek Helio P22 processor wired with up to 12GB of RAM. With the option to expand memory up to 12GB of virtual memory, users have endless multitasking opportunities and fluid performance on the latest Oppo budget mobile

Storage options include 256GB and 512GB, providing ample space for apps, photos, and media. Running on Android 14-based ColorOS 14, the device offers an intuitive and convenient UI. The OPPO A1s features a 13MP primary and a 2MP secondary camera, delivering crisp and clear photos in any lighting conditions. 

The 8MP front-facing camera is adequate for selfies and video calls. It also has surround dual speakers providing a 300% audio boost. Equipped with a 5,000 mAh battery and 33W super flash charging, the OPPO A1s runs all day with little duration on the plug. 

OPPO claims the battery is built to last four years, which is impressive. With official sales starting on April 19, the Oppo A1s has started pre-orders in China starting at ¥2,999 (~$450/PKR 125,000) for the 256GB variant and ¥3,499 (~$530/PKR 147,000) for the 512GB variant.