The photo block of this Oppo mobile is made up of 4 modules, the main of which is 48 megapixels. It is supported by an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle module. Along with a macro sensor, a depth sensor is also present. They are 2 megapixels each.
By default, the smartphone shoots photos in 12 megapixels using megapixel pixel binning. However, it is possible to capture images in full definition (48 megapixels). If the difference between 12 and 48 megapixels is often non-existent, then not so on this Oppo A54.
In the daytime, switching to 48 megapixels makes it possible to slightly correct software smoothing, as well as the loss of color visible on the face in the upper left corner. At full definition, the shot also offers a bit more sharpness and contrast.
Night photo only enhances the contrast and sharpness comfortably. The increase in sensitivity is low.
Compared to the Redmi Note 10 5G, Oppo’s main module offers a result that is slightly better exposed and devoid of the red color we often see on Xiaomi smartphones. However, the Redmi Note 10 offers a more detailed and contrasting picture than Oppo’s A54 5G.
In low light, Xiaomi’s smartphone once again offers more contrast than Oppo. But the A54 offers a much smoother and better exposed shot.
Ultra Wide-angle Module
The Oppo A54 has an ultra wide-angle module, which is not the case on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G.
Day or night, the Oppo A54 delivers results covered in digital noise. The colors are faint and we notice the presence of chromatic aberration in some places.
Front module, portrait and video modes
Like the Oppo A74, the 16-megapixel front module doesn’t produce great results. The use of beauty equipment, which is unique to Chinese smartphones, reinforces the unnatural appearance of the photos.
In video, not 4K on the program, but Full HD at 30 fps. The presence of electronic stabilization will allow videographers to get shots without too much visible shaking.