Take a look at the upcoming Oppo A74 4G in leaked renders

Currently, Oppo is all set to launch its new flagship series Oppo Find X3 including Find X3 Pro, Find X3 Neo, and X3 Lite on March 11. Before the release, the company has started reservation of Find X3 and X3 Pro phones through OPPO’s online store,, and other Chinese retailer websites.

Now, the company is preparing to launch another device such as Oppo A54 and OPPO A74 in both 4G and 5G variants. As per the latest information, the render of OPPO A74 5G has been leaked, as well as its specs.

It is reported that OPPO A74 will be released in 4G and 5G versions. Among them, it is said that the 5G version has two colors-fluid black and space silver. The 4G version will debut with Prism Black and Midnight Blue options.

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These renders clearly show that the phone will come with a triple camera setup on the back, including a 48MP AI camera is engraved next to the sensor. The layout and colors are very similar to the OPPO F19 that was recently teased by OPPO India.

On March 09, the company released the OPPO F19 Pro series– OPPO F19 Pro and OPPO F19 Pro+ 5G in India. These smartphones come with an AMOLED display, ColorOS 11.1, quad-cameras, in-display fingerprint, 3.5mm audio jack, and more. Its rear design has similar shadows and a 48MP triple-lens layout like the OPPO A74 4G above.

Specification of Oppo A74 (Expected)

Talking about the specs, the report claims that the OPPO A74 4G and 5G versions have dimensions of 169.2 x 74.7 x 8.4 mm and a weight of 190 grams. This indicates that the device will be thicker, heavier, and have a bigger display (probably 6.8 inches) than the previous OPPO A73 5G.

In addition, both variants may have up to 128GB of storage space. Other expected specifications include a 5,000mAh battery with 33W fast charging support, ColorOS based on 4G model Android 10, and Android 11 OS on 5G devices.

Currently, we only have this much information about the smartphone. So, let’s wait for the official announcement.


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