A yet-to-be-released OPPO smartphone has passed through Singapore’s IMDA and Thailand’s NBTC certification platforms. It bears the model number CPH2015, and recent reports say the mysterious handset is the same as the OPPO A31 plus the OPPO Reno S that was listed by Indonesian certification agency TKDN.
Now, the rumored OPPO A31 or Reno S has received Bluetooth SIG certification, hinting an imminent launch. The listing confirmed the upcoming device will feature a 6.5-inch HD+ screen and a 2GHz octa-core processor from MediaTek, which is probably a Helio P60 or P70. It will also get 4G LTE connectivity, dual-band WiFi, as well as Bluetooth 5.0 Low Energy.
A 3.5mm headphone jack, a microUSB port, and a downward-facing mono speaker have all been confirmed at the bottom. Additionally, the battery will be 4,230mAh and could have support for 10-watt charging, while the software is ColorOS 6.1.2 based on Android 9.0 Pie
The phone’s FCC certification in the United States, meanwhile, revealed it could come with a waterdrop display for the selfie camera and a vertical triple-camera array along with a physical fingerprint reader on the back.
Given the specs, this is likely a budget handset priced lower than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665-based OPPO A5 2020, which is currently priced at P10,990 or around $216 converted in the Philippines.
OPPO has yet to confirm the A31 or Reno S officially, but because it has gone through several regulatory bodies in multiple regions already, we expect the company to make an announcement soon. Its launch could even coincide with the release of the recently unveiled OPPO F15 in other markets.
The successor to the F11 series, the F15 includes an AMOLED display with an embedded fingerprint scanner; a 48-megapixel quad camera on the back; and fast charging over USB-C, among other highlights.
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