The Oppo A95 price in Kenya is Ksh 32,000. It is available in the color Glowing Starry Black, and Glowing Rainbow Silver. It was announced in Kenya was on 2021, November 16. Here are some of its key features: 6.43 inches AMOLED display, Android 11, ColorOS 11.1, Qualcomm SM6115 Snapdragon 662 chipset. Oppo A95 also comes with 128 GB of internal storage and 8 GB RAM, a triple 48 MP main camera, and a 5000 mAh battery.
Oppo A95 Specs and price in Kenya
|Camera||48 MP + 2 MP+ 2 MP|
|Display||6.43 inches, AMOLED|
|Storage||128GB, 8GB RAM|
|Chipset||Qualcomm Snapdragon 662|
|O.S||Android 11, ColorOS 11.1|
|Battery||Li-Po 5000 mAh, 33W, 54% in 30 min|
Design and build
So first let’s talk about the design. This Oppo A95 phone has a familiar, attractive back cover that can definitely capture your attention. It has a smooth matte finish with an iridescent glow that changes colors depending on the angle. Also here at the back, you’ll find the protruding triple camera setup at the top left corner. The Oppo A95 phone is available in Glowing Starry Black and Glowing Rainbow Silver. Unlike the design of Oppo A55, this one is fingerprint and dust resistant but that back panel is slightly slippery. We suggest using the provided silicone case.
Flipping to its screen, you’ll see the 6.43 inches AMOLED display with slim bezels and a slightly thicker chin. There’s also a rather large hole punch notch on the upper left for the 16 cameras. While found at the top of the display is the earpiece. For buttons imports on the left side are the plastic volume rocker and just above it is a triple cart for two nano-SIM cards and a micro SD card. Meanwhile, on the right is the power button. There’s nothing on top while down at the bottom, a 3.5-millimeter jack, main microphone, USB-C, and the loudspeaker.
And now let us take a closer look at the display. What we have got here, again, is a very nice 6.43 inch AMOLED display with 2,400 by 1080P resolution and what equals 409 PPI. It’s got the standard 60 Hertz refresh rate and 120 Hertz touch sampling rate. Well, the display is bright enough to use indoors and outdoors. It has crisp screen colors are vibrant and offers good viewing angles.
The screen can also go up to a total brightness of 800 nits. As usual, the display of Oppo A95 is customizable from your usual night mode and screen color mode to dark mode settings that can let you set how dark you want to go. You can also get an Always-On display and low brightness flicker-free iComfort option.
Under the hood the Oppo A95 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapchat 662, that is paired with an Adreno 610 GPU and 8GB RAM. This device comes with Oppo’s very own RAM expansion technology wherein you’ll be able to increase up to an extra 5GB of unused ROM storage into RAM. Day-to-day usage is pretty decent. It can truly handle basic tasks like streaming, web browsing, messaging, and calls.
Fixing our attention now to the software department of Oppo A95 is ColorOS 11.1 that is based on Android 11. There are tons of customization options here where you can change icon styles, app layout, fingerprint style, change font, and colors. There’s also an app drawer option in the settings and you can easily adjust the navigation buttons the way you want them to be arranged. Storage-wise out of Oppo A95’s 128 gigs that you get. what you are left with is 107 gigs out of the box. This is still more than enough for casual users.
Now for cameras, it features a triple rear camera setup. No, there’s no ultra-wide here, unlike on the 5G variant of this same phone. This model consists of a 48 megapixel main, 2 megapixels macro, and 2-megapixel depth sensor. Meanwhile, for selfies, you get a 16 MP, f/2.4, 27mm (wide), 1/3.06″, 1.0µm shooter. In natural daylight, the photos come out decent with present details. It is definitely worthy of your social media uploads.
You can zoom up to 2X, 5X, and up to 10X. For selfies, it performs pretty well, especially in bright conditions. It can capture some sharp selfies with a natural-looking skin tone. The selfie also supports portrait shops. There’s also a front night mode that lets you take clear and brighter selfies even in dark areas. For videos, users can shoot up to 1080 P and the quality has good detail and accurate colors. Stabilization is also present so you don’t have to worry about shaky videos.
Battery and more
Oppo A95 comes with the usual connectivity features such as dual SIM, 4G LTE, Wifi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, USB type C, and the 3.5-millimeter audio jack. Powering it is a 5,000 mAh battery with support for 33W, 54% in 30 minutes fast charging. This is an ample amount to last you a full day of usage.
As for biometrics and security, you can choose between facial recognition or the side-mounted fingerprint scanner. Both works as intended, but we highly recommend you use the fingerprint scanner for a higher level of security.
When it comes to biometrics and security, you can unlock the device via facial recognition. And also on board here is an in-display fingerprint scanner. Both works as intended but strangely facial recognition work faster than the fingerprint scanner.
The Oppo A95 is an excellent choice for a smartphone. However, the refresh rate is not yet higher than most of its competitors, and considering its dated chipset it’s a bit pricey. And we all know that there are many other better choices around this price range. Nonetheless, similar to its spread assessors Oppo A95 has got some pretty interesting features with a striking design, good cameras, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor, and a 5,000 mAh battery with 33-watt fast charging.
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