Oppo’s mysterious phone with model number CPH2557 spotted on TÜV Rheinland certification website in Japan after its listing on IMDA

China-based company Oppo is working on a new smartphone whose specs have begun coming out even before its moniker. This smartphone has already made its appearance on Singapore’s IMDA Certification Platform with the model number CPH2557. And once again the same model number phone has been spotted on TÜV Rheinland certification website in Japan. This was spotted by an X user named Piyush Bhasarkar. The listing revealed that this handset will be backed by a 4,800 mAh battery that supports 33W fast charging.

Its earlier listing on Singapore’s IMDA Certification Platform confirmed that this smartphone will be a 5G phone. The device supports Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC, and GPS connectivity as well. Apart from this nothing has been revealed so far, and its further listing on other certification websites is expected to bring out more about this phone in the upcoming days. One thing that these listing collectively hints towards is the global availability of Oppo’s upcoming smartphone.

Oppo CPH2557

However, a phone with a similar model number was recently spotted on India’s BIS certification website with the model number CPH2553. Similar to the former one, its moniker has also not been revealed or confirmed yet.

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