A few days ago, folks at XDA Developers spotted an Oppo smartphone with model number CPH2067 on a certain certification platform and they claimed that this unannounced smartphone is the Oppo A72. We then spotted a listing of the same Oppo smartphone, with model number CPH2067, on Bluetooth SIG, which confirmed that the device exists. Now we have spotted the Oppo CPH2067, which, we know from the recent reports, is the Oppo A72, on FCC. Let us have a look at what does the listing of the Oppo A72 on FCC reveals.
Oppo A72 Spotted on FCC
As you can see in the images above, the documentation of the Oppo A72 in its listing on FCC reveals that the smartphone has ColorOS 7.1 UI customization, a 5000mAh battery, dual-SIM connectivity (Since the smartphone carries two IMEI numbers) and that the device measures 162 x 75.5 x 8.9mm and weighs 192 grams. We also found a silhouette of the Oppo A72 in the documents on FCC, which shows that the phone has a power button on the right-hand side of the device and volume buttons to the left-hand side of the device.
From the listing of the device on Bluetooth SIG, we know that it features Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity. Unfortunately, that is all the information there is regarding the Oppo A72 at the moment. Now that the Oppo A72 has started making it to certification websites, its development seems to have been completed. Hopefully, the device will soon visit other certification and benchmarking platforms, leaving behind a trail of specifications. And when it does, we will make sure that we are the first to bring you the news.