Earlier this year, the Oppo A96, a 5G phone, was released in China, and now a 4G version with the same name is heading to India, where it will be joined by the Oppo A76 (also a 4G phone, but this one came out in February). Oppo hasn’t made this information public yet; instead, two leaked promotional posters provide some information about the devices.
For the A96 (4G), the Snapdragon 680 will be used, the same processor that powers the A76. Replaces the 5G-capable Snapdragon 695, however it’s a node shrink of the Snapdragon 665 and employs older technology (the 680 is effectively a node shrink of the 665). As for the RAM, it’ll have either 8 or up to 5 GB of real RAM, depending on the model.
With a 6.59-inch AMOLED screen (up from 6.43″) with a resolution of 1,080 x 2,412 pixels (20:9) and a refresh rate of 90 hertz, the 4G phone will have a better display than the 5G phone (vs. 60 Hz). The camera arrangement seems to remain the same, despite the lack of information on the cameras (two on the back, one on the front).
Oppo A76’s poster looks to be the same as that used to promote the device in its home country of Malaysia. With a 6.56″ IPS LCD screen, it can display 720p definition images at a refresh rate of 90 hertz. The Snapdragon 680 (with 6/128 GB RAM) powers it, and it includes a 13+2 MP rear camera and an 8 MP front camera, as well as a 5,000 mAh battery that can be charged at 33W.
Overall, the Oppo A96 (4G) will be more expensive than the A76 but have a superior screen and camera arrangement. However, we have no idea by how much. Source