Oppo A38 on GCF's Certification Platform; Global Launch on the Horizon

Sohail Akhtar

Oppo enthusiasts, mark your calendars – a new addition to the A series lineup is on the horizon. The Oppo A38 has been making footprints on various regulatory platforms, signaling an impending launch that will bring a budget-premium hybrid to the smartphone market.

After getting certifications from Malaysia's SIRIM, Indonesia's NBTC, and UAE's TDRA, the Oppo A38 has surfaced again on the Global Certification Forum (GCF). These public listings are prerequisites to the smartphone's imminent debut in the respective regions, building anticipation among tech enthusiasts.

The Oppo A38 is poised to offer 4G support, seamlessly integrated with typical connectivity options, including WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS. Running on the ColorOS 13.1 custom UI, it promises a user-friendly experience.

While exact specifications are yet to be officially confirmed, recent leaks and predictions offer a glimpse into what the Oppo A38 might offer. Anticipated to succeed the Oppo A36 launched last year, the latest Oppo budget mobile might feature a MediaTek Helio chipset, possibly the Helio G90 or G88.

Drawing parallels to its predecessor, the Oppo A38 could showcase a captivating display in line with the A36's 6.56-inch HD+ screen with 720 x 1612 pixels resolution. The smartphone should align with modern trends, offering a MediaTek Helio chipset, robust RAM options, and ample storage.

It's worth mentioning that the recently launched Oppo A58 4G was unveiled with MediaTek Helio G85 chipset. With the Oppo A38 in the ranks beneath, expect a smartphone experience that aligns more with entry-level devices. The certification listings for the A38 hint at an imminent global launch; however, there’s little to know about its specifications and pricing details. 


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