Oppo Mirror 3 – Brings 64-bit Processors in Low-Midranger Class
Despoie.com – Do not want to be left behind by its competitors who are getting advanced in innovating, Oppo some time ago introduced Oppo Mirror 3 as a companion of R5 which is the thinnest phone in the world. Then what makes Mirror 3 special? The advantage is in the processor that has brought 64-bit architects in it.
As we know, 64-bit architects are only found in high-end mobile phones where the 64-bit architect offers smoother performance and is suitable for the latest Android operating system this year. To break the low-midranger market, Oppo dared to embed the processor with 64-bit architects in this class. When viewed at a glance and visible, Mirror 3 looks almost similar to his brother, Oppo R5 which is also practically a bit like to R1C. But the visible difference from jeroannya, Oppo Mirror 3 brings quad-core processor Snapdragon 410 with a speed of 1.2 GHz. The strength of the processor itself is also supported by 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage that will accommodate all your application needs. This processor is able to run the Android operating system 4.4.4 KitKat smoothly of course the original display of Android 4.4.4 KitKat is disguised with Color OS skin version 2.0.1. If the internal storage provided is still not enough to accommodate all your multimedia needs, then no need to worry, because you are still given the opportunity to expand external storage up to 128GB using microSD.
oppo mirror 3 specifications
To interact with users, Mirror 3 provides a screen with a cross-section of 4.5 inches and 720 x 1280 resolution is sharp enough to display all the activities you do in this device. Turning to the image-sustaining sector, this device is equipped with a 8MP main camera that captures precious moments in your life with very sharp and clear. Not only stop there, Oppo also equip Mirror 3 with 5MP front camera that will accommodate you for self-portrait needs. For low-midranger class, Oppo Mirror 3 has many advantages that fit your needs.