Oppo K12 Tipped To Come With Self Developed SUPERVOOCS Power Management Chip

Oppo can soon launch a new phone named Oppo K12 in China. If a famous tipster is to be believed the smartphone can come next week. This is said to be the rebranded version of the OnePlus Nord CE 4 smartphone that recently went official in India. It recently appeared on Geekbench with the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 chipset paired with 12GB RAM. Now the DCS has tipped a few more specs ahead of launch that we will see in this report.

As per the recent Weibo post by DCS the Oppo K12 can come with 100W charging support and a self-developed SUPERVOOCS power management chip. It is said to be the thinnest and lightest among the recent wave of 5500mAh new phones. This should mean that it can be backed by a 5500mAh battery. The rest of the information about the handset remains under the wrap.

Expected specifications of Oppo K12 smartphone

The Oppo K12 smartphone can feature a 6.7-inch wide flat OLED LTPS panel that offers 120Hz refresh rate. It will be powered by the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 chipset paired with 12GB RAM. In the camera section, the smartphone can bring a 50MP Sony IMX882 primary camera and an 8MP IMX355 camera for ultra-wide shots. The front side of the smartphone sports a 16MP selfie camera. It can be backed by a 5,500mAh battery that supports 100W fast charging.

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