Looks like Oppo is working on a new smartphone, and the development of the device might have been in the final stage. A new Oppo device carrying the model number CPH9971X has received FCC Certification recently. It is the first leak of the device since it’s work.
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Moving ahead to the listing, the device has visited FCC Certification carrying the model number CPH9971X. The listing has also confirmed a few key specifications, battery information, and smartphone connectivity options.
Oppo CPH9771X FCC Certification
According to FCC, the device will be backed by a 4,890 mAh battery, including support for 10W fast charging. Furthermore, there’s a charging adapter with model number OP52JAUH. As shown in the image, it is the Realme’s original 2.0 fast charger.
Forthcoming to the connectivity options, the unknown new OPPO device will pair with 4G LTE, NFC support, Bluetooth, WLAN 2.5G/5G, GSM, etc. The product measures 163.78mm long, 75.62mm wide, and 180.39mm overall diagonal in dimensions.
Coming to the other details, the FCC listing has also revealed the rear design of the smartphone. As showcased in the image, the device could feature quad rear cameras followed by an LED flash.
Moreover, the fingerprint scanner was not present on the backside of the smartphone. So, most probably, the phone might feature an in-display fingerprint sensor. We can also see the IMEI numbers, designed by OPPO and Assembled in China terms in the image.
As it is the very first leak of the device, we don’t have any more information about it. However, as the smartphone is already in development, we can expect more information to anticipate soon in the coming days.