OPPO A77s Moniker Confirmed by NBTC, Clears EU Declaration and BIS Certification, Launch Seems Imminent

The Oppo A77s will be equipped with 5000mAh battery and 33W fast charging support.

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Oppo might soon introduce a new smartphone under its A-series. The upcoming A-series smartphone will be the Oppo A77s. We have spotted the upcoming Oppo A77s with model number CPH2473 on the NBTC and BIS certification websites. The NBTC certification database listing for the CPH2473 reveals the Oppo A77s moniker.

Apart from these, the upcoming Oppo A77s has also made an appearance on the EU Declaration website. Since the device has acquired BIS certification, an India launch seems to be on the cards. Let us take a closer look at what the Oppo A77s has in the store.

Oppo A77s will offer a 5000mAh Battery and 33W Fast Charging

The Oppo A77s has cleared NBTC, BIS, and EU Declaration. The EU Declaration listing for the upcoming A-series smartphone reveals that it will pack a battery with model number BLP927. Whereas, the model number of the charging adapters appears to be VCB3HDUH, VCB3HDEH, VCB3HDYH, and VCB3HACPH.

The TUV Rheinland certification for BLP927 reveals that the battery capacity of the Oppo A77s will be 5000mAh. This is the typical battery capacity and the rated capacity will be 4880mAh. Whereas, Demko listing for charging adapters reveals that Oppo A77s could support up to 33W fast charging. The above-mentioned charging adapters support up to 11V/3A charging which translates to 33W.

Apart from this, there is nothing that’s known about the upcoming Oppo A77s as of now. However, we can expect the upcoming A-series smartphone to appear on other certification websites as well in the coming weeks. As mentioned above, the Oppo A77s India launch seems to be in the pipeline since it has cleared the Bureau of Indian Standards certification.

What are your expectations from the upcoming Oppo A77s? Do let us know down in the comments section.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while researching for his first smartphone. He started reporting on consumer tech in 2018 and has also worked with FoneArena in the past.