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OPPO A71 (2018) puts Snapdragon about MediaTek for $20 less than last A71

By Jules Wang January 31, 2018, 6:49 pm

After releasing the OPPO A71 last year — in fact, it was only four months ago that it was launched — the Chinese manufacturer is back at it with another crack at the name instead of going up another set of numbers.

The OPPO A71 (2018) switches up a few things from the predecessor: a Qualcomm processor replaces one from MediaTek while RAM has dropped from 3GB to 2GB. And with these changes, the price of the device also drops from the equivalent of $200 to around $180 — a pretty meaningful discount for a refresh.

The device will be available around greater Asia, including in Pakistan, from here on out.

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