Oppo has taken the wraps off its latest A-series smartphone, the A2 Pro, in China. This new device boasts a stunning 6.7-inch curved FHD+ AMOLED display with an impressive 120Hz refresh rate, powered by MediaTek's Dimensity 7050 chipset. However, what truly sets the A2 Pro apart is Oppo's bold promise regarding its 5,000 mAh battery: it's designed to last for at least four years after purchase, and if it falls below 80% battery health within that time frame, Oppo will provide a free battery replacement.
Oppo A2 Pro launched: Curved AMOLED display, Dimensity 7050, and free battery replacement offer
In rigorous testing, Oppo's battery demonstrated resilience, retaining 88% of its original capacity after 1,000 charge cycles. This remarkable durability means that the A2 Pro can handle daily charging for four years before reaching the 80% threshold. The device features 67W wired charging, along with a proprietary battery health engine and power chip to monitor charging, preventing overheating and overcharging.
Under the hood, the A2 Pro boasts up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of UFS 3.1 storage. Despite a sizable camera island, it houses only a 64MP main camera with an f/1.7 aperture and 0.7µm pixels, as well as a 2MP depth sensor. The software is driven by ColorOS 13.1 on top of Android 13, and the device offers an IP54 water and dust resistance rating, along with an in-display fingerprint scanner.
The Oppo A2 Pro comes in striking Vast Black, Desert Brown (vegan leather), and Twilight colors. Pricing starts at CNY 1,799 ($248) for the 8GB/128GB model and goes up to CNY 2,399 ($330) for the 12GB/512GB variant. Chinese consumers can look forward to open sales beginning on September 22. With its impressive features and battery longevity guarantee, the A2 Pro is set to make a significant impact in the market.