Oppo K12 will have NFC support, which was missing in the OnePlus Nord CE 4

Oppo is just a day away from officially launching the Oppo K12 in the Chinese market. As per the rumour mill, this smartphone is the repackaged version of the OnePlus Nord CE 4, which was released recently in the global market. As per a new teaser, Oppo K12 will feature some new specs that weren’t there in the OnePlus Nord CE 4.

Here is more to it.

Oppo K12

As per the new teaser, we will have an IR blaster and this new smartphone will also feature NFC support. And if you recall OnePlus Nord CE 4 didn’t come with NFC, even though the design language is quite similar. It looks like Oppo will offer more specs in its home country china.

Also, it will feature a 360° surround antenna with two antennas on each side. For gamers, it will have an Ultra-high performance heat dissipation system which will cover a total area of 15277mm². Not only this but a 4129mm² area is given for an Extra large liquid cooling VC heat dissipation. The graphite used here is 23% better than ordinary graphite to give better heat dissipation. You will get an X-axis linear motor with 0-haptic that will offer a 4D gaming experience.

For sound, you will get Oppo’s self-developed dual stereo speakers offering a range of up to 5 meters. For more details, you can check our earlier coverage of Oppo K12 here.

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