The upcoming Oppo Ace 2 smartphone is slated to be launched on April 13 in China, the Chinese tech giant announced in an official teaser on its Weibo account. The Oppo Ace 2 would be powered by the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 chipset and will support the fifth-generation of cellular networks – 5G.
The official teaser also indicated the presence of a quad-camera setup at the back, which will be housed in a circular-shaped module. It will weigh 185-grams.
According to other media reports, the Oppo Ace 2 could come in two colour options – black and a shade of blue. The phone was also listed on the JD.com that revealed there will be three variants – an 8GB/128GB storage variant, an 8GB/256GB option, and a 12GB/256GB variant.
The Oppo Ace 2 would also be launched in India, but there is no official statement from the company yet. The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in either the cancellation or the suspension of various on-ground smartphone launches from global companies. Apart from cancellation of events, Samsung, LG, Realme, Vivo, and Apple have also suspended the production and temporarily shut their factories to curb the spread of coronavirus globally. This is in line with the 21-days lockdown announced by the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to fight COVID-19.
In March, Oppo expanded its Find X2 Series by announcing the Find X2 and the Find X2 Pro. Both of these smartphones come with a 120Hz refresh rate. The Find X2 Pro’s camera offers 10x hybrid zoom and up to 60x digital zoom.