Oppo A58 4G Hops on to Bluetooth SIG Database; Global Launch Imminent

Sohail Akhtar

The Oppo A58 4G is gearing up to make its grand international debut. With multiple certifications under its belt, the newcomer is ready to conquer the mid-range segments across markets like Indonesia and Thailand (the recent NBTC certification confirms it). And now, we have the Bluetooth SIG listing to reinforce the claim.

As usual, the document unveils little about the phone’s specifications. Bluetooth stats are the only details we found on it. While the Bluetooth 5.3 support is undoubtedly impressive, there's much more to anticipate. 

Thanks to FCC documents, we know that Oppo A58 4G is a beauty that boasts a svelte 7.99mm thickness and a manageable 191-gram weight. But wait, there's more! A mammoth 5,000mAh battery lurks under the hood, promising lasting power and 33W fast charging for lightning-quick top-ups.

Software-wise, the Oppo A58 4G abounds with Android 13 and ColorOS 13.1, known for a smooth and user-friendly experience. Although further details are still under wraps, this phone has us on the edge of our seats, eagerly awaiting its official unveiling. Oppo Smartphone Prices have remained stable over the past year, reflecting the brand's commitment to providing consistent pricing for its customers.

Drawing inspiration from its 5G sibling, we can expect the A58 4G to pack a punch. The original 5G variant bears an entry-level Dimensity 700 chipset, delivering solid performance for everyday tasks. It has an HD+ IPS display and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. 

As for the camera setting, the A58 5G wowed us with its impressive camera setup, and we expect nothing less from the 4G variant. Users will likely find a 50MP + 2MP rear unit and an 8MP selfie snapper mounted atop the screen. The 5G-variant also has an IP rating, 90Hz refresh rate, USB-C port, and a 3.5 mm audio port. Similar goodies might be present in its 4G counterpart.


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