Olla M8 Plus Complete Specifications and Price in Nigeria.
It’s no longer news that Opay has ventured into the smartphone market with the launching of 6 stunning devices. These devices include Olla Note 3, Olla V9 Pro, Olla M8 Plus, Olla M8, Olla M1 Lite, and Olla M6.
The Olla M8 Plus is one of the best entry-level smartphone from Opay so far. Let’s take a close look at the specifications and price of the Olla M8 in Nigeria.
Olla M8: What it packs in brief:
- 5.99” HD+ Notch-less display
- 8MP + 0.3MP Rear Camera
- 5MP Selfie camera
- 2,800mAh Battery
- MediaTek quad-core 1.3GHz
- 16GB ROM + 2GB RAM
- Android™ 9 Pie
Olla M8 Plus Price in Nigeria
You can get the Olla M8 Plus for N22,000 by 25th February 2020.
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Design and Display
The Olla M8 Plus has a dimension of 158.7 x 74 x 9.3 mm and a weight of 153g. Making it easy to hold and to fit in the hand. The device comes with a plastic body build with curved edges and its available in two colours – Blue and Midnight Black. The Olla M8 Plus also has a big notch which houses the selfie camera.
Moving on to the Olla M8 Plus display, the device features an IPS LCD screen with a 5.99” and 720 x 1440 resolution.
Camera and Battery
There is enough inside the Olla M8 Plus to last you 24 hours. The device is backed up by a robust 2800 mAh Li-Po battery. The device does not support fast charging.
For photography, the device packs a suitable 8MP camera on the rear side with flash and the front has an 5MP camera also having a flash. While this is nothing spectacular, it is ideal enough for a smartphone of this calibre. That said, the Olla M8 Plus camera can take pretty nice pictures in enough light.
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Hardware and Software
With an affordable price tag, there is nothing much the smartphone can offer but does well with a decent quad-core chipset. It has a MediaTek 1.3 GHz processor in charge of a PowerVR GE8320 for cool graphics.
Furthermore, the Olla M8 plus has a 2GB RAM while the built-in storage space is a meager 16GB which can be extended to a robust 128GB using a memory card. It also offers the latest Android 9 pie.
Connectivity and Network
In terms of connectivity, the Olla M8 Plus comes with a dual SIM and it supports 4G network. Other connectivity option includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS and a micro USB port.
Olla M8 Plus Complete Specifications
- Dimension: 158.7 x 74 x 9.3 mm
- Material: Plastic
- Weight: 153g
- SIM: Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
- Type: 2.5D curved glass IPS LCD
- Size: 5.99-inch
- Screen Resolution: 18:9, 720 x 1440 pixels,
- Multi-touch: Yes, up to 3 fingers
Software and performance
- Operating System: Android 9.0 Pie
- Chipset: MediaTek , quad-core 1.3GHz
- RAM: 2GB RAM
- Internal Storage: 16GB
- Card Slot: Yes, up to 128GB
- Primary: 8MP + 0.3MP
- Secondary: 5MP
Network and Connectivity
- WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, hotspot
- Network 2G: GSM/ HSPA/ LTE (band 1(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 20(800), 38(2600), 40(2300)
- 4G: Yes
- Bluetooth: Yes
- USB: Yes, micro USB
- Loudspeaker: Yes
- Audio Jack: Yes
- Fingerprint Sensor: Yes (rear-mounted)
- NFC: – No
- GPS: Yes
- Sensors: Gravity, Proximity and Light Sensor
- FM Radio: Yes
- Capacity: 2,800mAh Non-removable
- Type: Li-Ion
- Fast Charging: N/A
- OTG Support: N/A
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