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Oppo A95 Review : Left In The Past?

After transitioning to a new year, we did have one last phone from 2021 which came with an AMOLED screen, a triple camera setup and a desirable design that could have captured the attention of some users looking for an entry-level phone. But where some may argue that limitations in hardware could be a dealbreaker, some may choose to appreciate the "if it's not broken, don't fix it" approach.

Built around a flat-edged display with a slight chin at the bottom and aluminium side rails, the form factor of this phone feels nice in the hands measuring 7.95mm thin and weighs 175g. One of the few phones we've reviewed that feels better without a phone cover. It also has a really nice and smooth back texture which eliminates fingerprints. So if you're on the lookout for something right out of the box without the need of a phone cover, the Oppo 95 might be a phone to consider. There are also two colour choices of Starry Black and Rainbow Silver like the one we have here, shifting tones under different lighting conditions.

Unfortunately it only comes with Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity and does not come 5G ready.

Otherwise, the AMOLED 6.43 Inch display should distract you from some of it's setbacks with 800 Nits peak brightness, contrasty outputs and variable viewing angles with it's flat-edged display at a standard of 60Hz. The front camera hole punch on the left side of the screen isn't as intrusive as it looks but comes with options that lets you hide the front camera by blacking out the top part of the screen when watching w