OPPO is seemingly working on launching a new 5G smartphone in the market. A new OPPO handset with the model number OPPO CPH2005 has been spotted on the FCC certification website, thereby hinting at an imminent launch. The certification also shares with us some of the key specifications of the device. Though the moniker of the OPPO CPH2005 smartphone is not revealed for now, we can expect to hear more about it in the coming days. The probability of the device falling under the OPPO Reno lineup of smartphones is likely. Meanwhile, take a look at the specifications and features of the OPPO CPH2005 smartphone that we have been able to fetch from the FCC database so far.
OPPO CPH2005 FCC Certification Reveals Some Key Specifications and Features
As seen in the FCC certification images, the OPPO CPH2005 will sport a 4,025mAh battery. The device will measure 160.3 x 74.3 x 7.96 mm and will weigh in at 180 grams (with battery). The power button will be on the right side of the device, while the volume rocker will be on the left side. The FCC certification also reveals that the OPPO CPH2005 will run on the latest ColorOS 7 out of the box, leading us to believe that the presence of Android 10 OS is not too much to speculate on. Lastly, the OPPO CPH2005 will be a 5G-enabled smartphone, but 5G will be disabled in the US via software.
For now, this is pretty much everything we know about the forthcoming OPPO CPH2005, but we can expect the device to pop up on various certifications in the future. If and when it does, we will keep you posted on the same.
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