A review of Oppo A9 2020

In early October, Oppo, a Chinese consumer electronics and mobile communications company, launched Oppo A9 2020 into the Nigerian market.

I took a look at what the latest Oppo phone —  retailing at ₦89, 900 and above — can do.

The Phone

If you’re an aesthete, one of the things that would attract you to the Oppo A9 2020 is the space purple colour and the body which has a slippery glass back.

This slippery back makes the possibility of the phone falling out of one’s hand very high. Weighing 225 grams — case included — with a 6.2-inch screen, 89% Screen-to-body ratio — I found out that it wasn’t really the easiest phone to hold.


The 8GB RAM and 128GB ROM phone has a triple camera, an LED flash, a fingerprint scanner, and the branded logo in a vertical order at the centre. The speaker, USB Type-C port, and microphone port are placed at the bottom of the phone.

However, it is disappointing that it doesn’t have an LED notification light that can help users know when the battery is full and when new messages…

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