OPPO A60 Just Appeared On Google Play Console Database Certification, Revealing Some of Its Key Specs 

It seems like OPPO is preparing to launch its latest smartphone, the OPPO A60, within its budget A-series. The smartphone recently appeared on the Google Play Console database, suggesting some of its key specs, including its processor and other important specifications. 

Some latest reports reveal that OPPO’s latest phone, the OPPO A60, has seen on the Google Play Console database listings that significantly reveal its chipset details along with some other key specs. According to the listings, the OPPO A60 has appeared with the chipset bearing the QTI SM6225 model number, which significantly shows that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 processor will power the phone. It’s going to be a 4G chipset. 

Sporting a 4G-powered chipset, the brand is clearly targeting customers who are looking for a nice budget Android smartphone with decent features and specifications. On the flip side, the OPPO A60 is said to have up to 8GB of RAM. Meanwhile, the phone will run on Android 14-based ColorOS 14 out of the box. 

The Snapdragon 680 4G chipset will be equipped with the 4 Cortex A73 cores with a speed clocking of 2.4GHz and 4 Cortex A53 with a speed clocking of 1.9GHz, respectively. It is going to be an entry-level smartphone, and the phone will have thick bezels around its display along with a water drop notch at the front. With regards to the camera features, the A60 is expected to feature a 50MP primary camera and an 8MP selfie shooter. 

Meanwhile, this is not the first time the new OPPO A60 has been spotted on any listing. Earlier, the phone had already registered itself on several other listings as well, including NBTC of Thailand, SDPPI and TKDN of Indonesia, and the TDRA certification site of UAE. However, nothing can be said at this point, as the new A60 is still waiting for its launch.

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