Oppo Neo. The first device in the Neo series saw the light back there by the year 2014 and in its day was a very competent phone. To date it has many shortcomings but some users may be more aware of the advantages.
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The Neo is a low-end device that features a capacitive IPS LCD with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels and a size of 4.5 “. Its 16 million colors offer us good images but obviously not comparable to The screen of last generation.Its thickness of 9.2 mm is quite good for the time it takes in the market and only weighs 130 grams.
The interior is the humblest part, to call it a form. Its Dual Core processor with a speed of 1.3 GHz will suffer enough when we want to run applications in the background or decent games that require graphic performance. RAM does not help much with only 512 MB. The internal storage of 4 GB will soon ask us to delete apps and we have the consolation to extend the memory using microSD up to 32 GB. They are numbers that now seem ridiculous but that three or four years ago were quite competent.
The cameras, as you suspect, are nothing out of the ordinary: 5MP rear camera and 2MP front camera. They can not offer much in a world dominated by high resolution. Although if you are of those who use compact cameras or SLR, this detail will not be a handicap.
The version of Android installed is the 4.2 Jelly Bean and part we will enjoy microUSB connection, FM radio, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS positioning, MP3 etc and a long list of functions that will make this smartphone a very useful tool.
Nowadays the options are endless when buying a device and this Neo could be an option as valid as any other within the low range. Now it’s up to you to value the performance-price-use ratio.