The Oppo Reno8 series was launched in China a couple of weeks back. As of today, the series consists of three smartphones 一 the Oppo Reno 8 Pro+, Reno 8 Pro, and the vanilla Reno 8. Apart from the trio, the company’s upcoming Oppo Reno8 Lite 5G was leaked a few days back revealing the price and specifications of the upcoming device. Now, a new Oppo Reno8 series device has been spotted on a couple of certification websites.
The Oppo Reno8 Z 5G is the newly spotted Reno8 series smartphone and the device has bagged NBTC as well as EU declaration. The NBTC certification has confirmed the phone’s moniker while the EU declaration has given us details of the phone’s battery capacity and charging speed. Let’s take a look at the details.
Oppo Reno8 Z 5G Listed on NBTC, Clears EU Declaration
The upcoming Oppo device with CPH2457 model number has been listed on NBTC (National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission) in Thailand. This listing also confirms the phone moniker as Oppo Reno8 Z 5G. Apart from the name of the device and support for the 5G network, the website does not reveal much about the phone. However, the EU declaration of the device with the CPH2457 model number gives us more details about the phone’s battery capacity and charging speed.
Based on the declaration document, the Reno8 Z 5G will come with a BLP907 battery model number and it will have a typical capacity of 4,500mAh the phone will be equipped with VCB3HDUH model number and will have maximum support of 33W output, which means we can expect the Reno8 Z to offer 33W fast charging support. Lastly, the device will run on ColorOS 12.1.1 software, which should be based on Android 12.
The Oppo Reno8 Z 5G will be the successor to the Reno7 Z 5G, which is currently available in some markets outside of China. The Reno7 Z is powered by Snapdragon 695 5G SoC and it sports a 60Hz 6.43-inch AMOLED display. In the camera department, the phone offers a 64 MP main camera and a 16MP selfie snapper. The battery is rated at 4,500mAh and it supports 33W SUPERVOOC charging.
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