Oppo Ace2 EVA Limited Edition presented in China

This afternoon, in an online conference broadcast by the Chinese manufacturer Oppo, the brand officially presented the new limited edition Oppo Ace2 EVA.

Oppo Ace2 EVA Limited Edition presented in China

As you can guess from the name, the main strength of this phone is the personalization taken from EVA. EVA, also known as Evangelion, is an anime television series produced by the Gainax studio and written and directed by Hideaki Anno. The work, awarded with numerous prizes and awards, is considered one of the most acclaimed and influential souls of all time.

So the smartphone reminds us of one of the characters of this television, with the name of EVA-01. This character is characterized by the purple and green color, which we review perfectly on the smartphone. We also have a hot forged glass to create two three-dimensional ridges to restore the subtle appearance of the body. This process creates a satin feel and adds more detail like the texture of the body and the decoration points of the armor.

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As for the specifications, these remain unchanged. We therefore find the modern and performing Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 as a CPU, coupled to a maximum of 12GB of RAM (LPDDR5 type) and 256GB of internal memory UFS 3.0 (with Turbo Write function). Other specs include a 6,55-inch diagonal display with Full HD + resolution, four rear cameras with the 48MP primary, a 16MP front camera. Finally, we find a 4000mAh battery and two of the fastest charging technologies on the market; the cable one with a maximum power of 65W and the proprietary wireless one called AirVOOC with the incredible power of 40W.

The Oppo Ace 2 EVA Limited Edition is now on sale in China at the price of 4399 Yuan, or about 554 euros at the current exchange rate. Finally, remember that a few days ago another version of the Oppo Ace 2, always dedicated to the Evangelion series, but in a different color.

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