Time to play with him Oppo A54. Let’s first review the most important technical characteristics when playing with the OPPO A54. The panel is a 6.51-inch HD + LCD, with a 60Hz refresh rate. It comes with Helio P35 Octa-Core processor with Android 10 operating system and ColorOS 7.2 customization layer. The battery is 5000 mAh with 18W fast charge. The weight is 192 grams.
Something to add is that the phone comes with a Jack and USB-C port on the bottom, as well as the speaker. The fingerprint reader is on the side button.
I also want to highlight the Game space which is used to configure the phone when playing games and thus improve the experience. For this test, I put everything to the maximum in terms of screen and performance. The recording took me an hour and a quarter of gameplay and the battery drained 19%.
OPPO A54 | Camera performance
If we talk about the cameras of the OPPO A54, performance will depend on the environment you are in. The triple rear camera, composed of the main 13 MP, the 2MP macro and the 2MP bokeh effect, does meet expectations in environments with adequate light. Artificial intelligence pulls on HDR to give sharpness and contrasts; However, another is singing in low-light environments. The details are washed away and the grain of the exhibition is perceived. The selfie camera, meanwhile, tends to overexpose images and the bokeh effect feels somewhat artificial. As I always do, here is a test in an environment with very little light. Something else to add about the camera is the absence of a fast camera.
To finish, The phone comes with a 5000 mAh battery and in the box we have the 18W fast charger. From 0 to 100, charging would take one hour 20 minutes. If you will give an office use to the phone, nothing demanding and only answering emails and others, you can reach 48 hours of continuous use. The situation is already different if you put yourself to play, because you would come scratching the day according to your demands.