OPPO A16 With 4980mAh Battery Gets FCC Certification Ahead of Launch

Let’s take a look at the upcoming OPPO A16 listing on the FCC website.

OPPO A16
Representative image. This is not the OPPO A16.

OPPO could launch a new smartphone under the A-series. The A16 has visited the FCC certification website. The budget smartphone is expected to launch soon. Ahead of the launch, the FCC listing has revealed some key details about the upcoming OPPO smartphone. The listing reveals the battery capacity and the model number of the budget smartphone. It also reveals the design schematics of the device. The phone will have a rectangular camera module on the back. The images do not reveal any details about the number of camera sensors. Let’s take a look at the upcoming OPPO A16 listing on the FCC website.

OPPO A16 FCC listing 

OPPO is gearing up to launch a new smartphone under the A-series. The OPPO A16 has visited the FCC website ahead of its launch.

The listing on FCC reveals the device’s model number and battery capacity. It has the model number CPH2269. The budget smartphone will pack a 5000 mAh battery with a typical 4,980 mAh battery capacity. The listing does not reveal any details on the device’s fast charging support. We can expect OPPO to ship the device with a 10W charger at least.

The listing further reveals the design schematics of the upcoming OPPO smartphone. It has a rectangular camera module on the back. Unfortunately, the listing does not reveal the camera sensor details.

This is all the information we have on the upcoming OPPO smartphone. We will share more details on the device as and when information is available. The budget smartphone is expected to launch soon in India and other markets. OPPO is yet to make an official announcement on the launch of its budget A-series smartphone. 

OPPO is currently gearing up to launch the Reno6 series in China. The smartphone series is tipped to launch in India by July. 

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