Images of a unit that we at first thought was a Samsung Galaxy A71 or Galaxy A51 have surfaced on the site of Chinese certification authority TENAA. The said device with model name OPPO PDAM10 has already been spotted there recently, but this is the first time for us to see how it looks.
You can clearly see the L-shaped rear-camera module with what looks to be four sensors and an LED flash in it. The branding is located on the lower-right side. And the unit in focus has a gradient panel whose color shifts from white at the top to blue at the bottom. But we’re pretty sure the OPPO PDAM10 will have other color variants.
Images and specs of the OPPO PDAM10 — likely an OPPO A series phone — on TENAA (via Slashleaks)
The screen has a punch-hole camera on the upper-left part. The right edge houses a — tadaaahhh — side-mounted fingerprint reader, and the left, a card slot and volume keys.
Based on the specs posted on TENAA’s site, the OPPO PDAM10’s camera setup on the back is 12MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP while the selfie shooter is 8 megapixels. The display, which we think is an LCD, measures 6.5 inches and has a resolution of 2,400 x 1,080 resolution.
No specific processor has been mentioned, but it’s definitely going to be an octa-core one. It’s paired with up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage — one that can be expanded up to 256GB using a TF card.
Keeping the lights on is a big battery rated at 4,880mAh. The operating system that it’s going to ship with is Android 10-based ColorOS 7, which should be the case these days.
From what we see right here, the OPPO PDAM10 is something for the midrange market at most. Could it be part of OPPO’s A series of smartphones? And will it eventually make its way to the Philippines?
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