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Mysterious OPPO CPH2377’s schematic leaked, may launch as OnePlus phone in global market

The OPPO Find X6 series of smartphones is likely to be announced in China in March. Several details of the lineup have already appeared in recent reports. Today, tipster Digital Chat Station shared a schematic of an unannounced OPPO phone with model number CPH2377. Here is a look at its design.

As can be seen, the OPPO CPH2377 has a flat display on the front with a punch-hole design. The bottom bezel is slightly thicker than the other bezels of the device. The top bezel houses an earpiece, which will seemingly double up as a speaker. The left edge of the device has volume up and down buttons. On the right side, it has an alert slider-like button and a power key.

The back panel of the phone has a massive round camera module, which houses three cameras. One of them, which is placed in the center, is a periscope zoom camera. The camera island also includes a microphone and a pill-shaped dual-LED flash unit.

Some of the texts imprinted inside the camera module include “Powered by MariSilicon” and “Hasselblad,” which indicate that it is an OPPO phone. According to the tipster, the presence of the alert slider on the device suggests that it may debut as a OnePlus device in the global market. It is advisable to wait for further reports to know more about the mysterious phone.




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