OPPO A18 and A38 Smartphones Received IMDA Certification; A38 Also Appeared on FCC

Two new OPPO smartphones, OPPO A18, and OPPO A38, have again made their appearance on official databases. Previously, the two devices had received many other certifications, but the monikers of the two smartphones are being revealed now.

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OPPO’s Upcoming A18 and A38 Smartphones

Both the OPPO A18 and A38 smartphones have been spotted on the IMDA certification platform with the model numbers, CPH2591 and CPH2579 respectively, and it is with their appearance on the IMDA database that the monikers of the two devices have been revealed. The certification platform also reveals that both smartphones are 4G devices supporting 3G(WCDMA) and 4G(LTE) network connectivity, along with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS support.

OPPO A18 and A38 Spotted on IMDA

The OPPO A38 smartphone with the model number, CPH2579 has also now made its way to the FCC certification platform as well, and its FCC filings have revealed some of the smartphone’s key specifications. It has been certified with the FCC ID, R9C-CPH2579.

The database reveals that the upcoming OPPO A38 smartphone will have the ColorOS 13.1 custom UI out of the box and again states that the device will be a 4G device with 2G, 3G and 4G network connectivity support.

The smartphone is also revealed to pack a battery with model number, BLPA19 and is rated as a 4880 mAh battery. It is likely to be marketed as a device with a 5000 mAh battery capacity.

The OPPO A18 and the OPPO A38 smartphones have also been certified by the BIS authority of India, and their launch in the Indian market has thus been confirmed. Both the devices are also said to have been spotted on the TKDN and IMEI databases and the A38 smartphone has also been certified by the European EEC certification authority.

The two smartphones might probably have their launch soon and all these certifications the two devices have received further points to it. With its launch, or with more future updates, we’ll be able to know more about smartphones. Stay tuned until then.

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