OSCAL is a new entrant amongst the smartphone makers, which is all set to woo the users with its innovative budget-friendly smartphones. Oscal C20 is the company’s budget-friendly smartphone, which is equipped with decent specifications.
The special thing is that the back panel design of the phone seems to be inspired by the iPhones. This new phone works on the latest Android 11 GO operating system. At the same time, the phone has a standby battery of up to 16 days. Also, Unisoc SC7731E quad core processor has been given in the phone.
Oscal C20 specifications
Dual-SIM Oscal C20 smartphone works on Android 11 GO operating system. The phone has a 6.088 inch HD waterdrop display, with which you get 85 percent screen-to-body ratio. Apart from this, the phone is equipped with Unisoc SC7731E quad core processor, coupled with 1 GB RAM and 128 GB storage. It can also be expanded via micro SD card.
Phone has a 5 megapixel rear camera for photography. In the rear camera, you will find camera modes like panorama, time-lapse and professional mode. There is a 2-megapixel selfie camera in the Oscal C20 for selfie and video calling.
The battery of the phone is 3,380 mAh, with which you can get a full day of usage on a single charge. As per internal testing, the battery of the phone provides up to 4 hours of gaming, up to 8 hours of web browsing, up to 5 hours of video streaming, up to 24 hours of music playback and up to 16 hours of standby. The dimensions of the phone are 155.4mmx73.3mmx9.75mm and the weight is 152 grams.