Oppo has announced its new device, called the Oppo K9x: a new mid-range Android smartphone that, according to its data sheet, positions itself more or less in direct competition with devices the likes of the Redmi Note 11.
The device joins its other siblings: the Oppo K9, Oppo K9 Pro and the Oppo K9s, all of which have been characterized by a pretty good quality to price ratio.
This device has a 6.5 inch LCD display with a Full HD+ resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels and a 90 Hz refresh rate. The screen features a punch-hole design for the selfie camera, which is positioned at the top left of the screen.
The selfie snapper is a 16MP sensor, while on the back we’ll find a triple camera module, consisting of a 64MP main sensor, a 2 MP macro sensor and a 2 MP depth sensor. And yes, we’re thinking the same thing: choosing to include an ultra-wide-angle sensor instead of a macro one is a little odd, but hey, we’ll take it.
Under the hood, we’ll find a MediaTek Dimensity 810 chipset, which comes accompanied by 6/8 GB of LPDDR4x RAM and 128/256 GB of UFS 2.1 internal space expandable via microSD. The device works on Android 11 with ColorOS 12 on top.
It will be available in combinations of 6 + 128 GB, 8 + 118 GB, and 8 + 256 GB.
The Oppo K9x is available in Obsidian Black and Silver Purple color options.
The device will launch officially on December 27th but at the moment there’s no information regarding availability or the price tag that will be attached to it.