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Oppo Reno 12 5G Global Variant spotted on TDRA moniker confirmed, also spotted on multiple certifications

Oppo has already announced that the Reno 12 series will launch in China on May 23rd. While the Reno 12 Pro 5G global variant has been seen in multiple certifications, the vanilla variant was previously absent from these listings. However, it has now been spotted in both TDRA and SDPPI certifications, revealing its model number.

Oppo Reno 12 5G TDRA and SDPPI

So finally, the vanilla variant Reno 12 5G has stopped by the TDRA certification. It is listed with the model number “CPH2625” and shows Oppo Reno 12 5G under the marketing name. However, the listing does not yet show the registration number, indicating that it is still in the process of obtaining complete certification from TDRA.

Meanwhile, the Indonesian telecom certification authority SDPPI also lists the same model number “CPH2625.” However, the moniker is not included in this certification. Additionally, neither of the certifications reveals any hardware or software specifications.

But thanks to our colleagues at the 91Mobiles, who found this model number on the Geekbench, Camera FV-5, and TUV certification.

According to the Geekbench listing, the device scored 1033 points in single-core and 2750 points in multi-core tests. The listing also indicates that it will run on Android 14 out of the box, though the exact version remains unknown. Additionally, it will come with at least 8GB of RAM. The motherboard section notes ‘k6878V_64’, but the specific processor is currently unidentified. However, it is speculated to be the Dimensity 8300 SoC. This Octa-Core processor has a base frequency of 2 GHz and a peak clock speed of 2.5 GHz, paired with a Mali-G615 MC2 GPU.

Now we recently discovered all the key specs of Reno 12 5G (China) on Tenaa certification. As per Tenaa, the Chinese variant will be powered by Dimesnity 8250 SOC. This would mean, Oppo will launch this smartphone with a different chipset for the global market.

According to the TUV certification, the battery capacity is 4880 mAh, but it is expected to be marketed as 5000 mAh and will support 80W fast charging. This TUV certification suggests that both the Chinese and global variants will have the same battery capacity.

The sensor likely has a native resolution of 50.4MP, and with 4-to-1 pixel binning, the main camera, featuring an f/1.8 aperture and EIS support, will produce 12.6MP images. This binning process results in an effective pixel size of 1.6 microns.

Additionally, the phone will feature a secondary rear camera with an 8.3MP resolution, a slightly wider focal length of 21.9mm, and a smaller f/2.0 aperture. This camera also includes EIS support and has a smaller sensor with 1.2-micron pixels. Given its slightly wider field of view (though not enough to be classified as ultrawide), it appears to correspond to the front camera when in binned mode.

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