Now, details of this Oppo K3 including its hardware, colour choices, and pricing have been seen on China Telecom’s website, indicating an official launch is imminent. In accordance with the list, the Oppo K3 will pack a 6.5-inch screen and will sport dual back cameras. The listing also says that the phone will be powered with the octa-core Snapdragon 710 SoC, in the same way the preceding escape had tipped.
The China Telecom database of the Oppo K3 says that the upcoming Oppo phone will package a 6.5-inch display with a resolution of 1080×2340 pixels, however there is no word on additional information such as pixel density or aspect ratio. In the picture of this telephone on China Telecom’s database, it appears that the Oppo K3 will game a gradient finish. The upcoming Oppo phone’s record on the China Telecom’s website was seen by ITHome.
But as per a previous leak, the company might also establish a lower-end version with 6GB of RAM. The China Telecom database further says the Oppo K3 will package a 16-megapixel principal aided by a 2-megapixel secondary camera on the back, while a 16-megapixel camera to the front, which might be housed into a side-swing pop-up module such as the Oppo Reno, will look after selfies.
More importantly, China Telecom’s database says that the Oppo K3 will be priced at CNY 2,199 (approximately Rs. 22,500), but since the listing is around the 8GB RAM +128GB storage variant of this telephone, we feel that the Oppo K3’s lower-end variant with 6GB RAM is going to be priced lower. There is absolutely no word when the phone will be formally launched in China, but the China Telecom list is an indication that the telephone may be released soon.
The record adds that the Oppo K3 will game a 3.5millimeter headphone jack and a USB Type-C port which will allow 20W fast charging, which can be tipped to encourage the on site VOOC 3.0 flash charging technology. The dimensions and weight of this phone are listed as 161.2×76.0x9.4 mm and 191 grams respectively, whereas the colour options are tipped to be Nebula Purple, Dark Black, and Morning White, in the same way the preceding escape had pointed out. The Oppo K3, which could soon go as the successor of the Oppo K1, can be tipped to come armed with the in-display fingerprint sensor.