It seems like Oppo is working to launch a set of new smartphones. Three unknown devices with model numbers CPH2339, CPH2385, and CPH2387 have made an appearance on the FCC website. Reportedly, it could be the Oppo F21 series which was recently launched in India. The models can be a part of different markets.
Ahead of the launch, the arrival of the three smartphones on FCC has revealed some key details, including design and specifications. The devices will be mid-range offerings. Here is what we collected from the listing.
As mentioned above, the handsets will bear the model numbers CPH2339, CPH2385, and CPH2387. According to the FCC portal, the latter two models will be identical. However, the screen size and camera setup will be different.
The Oppo CPH2385 will measure 163.74 x 75.03 x 7.99mm in dimensions and weigh 190 grams. The smartphone will come pre-installed with ColorOS 12.1. On the rear side, it will carry a 2MP depth sensor alongside the 50MP main camera. In addition, the listing confirms a 5,000 mAh battery will backup the phone.
Heading to the Oppo CPH2387, the device will hold a rectangular rear camera island consisting of a 13MP primary lens and a 2MP secondary sensor. The images reveal a black color variant featuring a waterdrop notch display at the top. Moreover, it will ship with a 5,000 mAh battery with a 33W fast charging support. For connectivity, it supports a dual-SIM slot and a microSD card slot.
Moving forth, the Oppo CPH2339, it will run also run Android 12-based ColorOS 12.1 out of the box with 5G networks. This handset will pack a 5,000 mAh battery unit making it weigh about 190 grams.