Oppo Smartphone With Model Number CPH2629 Appeared On IMDA Certification Website

Oppo is reported to be working on several devices that it can launch in the market from the end of May to June beginning. A few weeks ago a device under the brand name Oppo appeared with the model number CPH2629 on the TUV Rheinland database and also on the Import Export Website. It confirmed a few things like the smartphone will come with a 6.7-inch display, 8GB RAM, and 128GB internal storage and will be backed by a 5,000mAh battery. The smartphone moniker could not be confirmed at that time.

Now once again the smartphone has appeared on a certification website. It has appeared on the IMDA certification website. And again the listing could not help us to know about the moniker. The listing suggests this phone will be a 5G smartphone with NFC support. The smartphone will soon appear on other certification websites thus confirming the moniker and other specifications.

It has earlier also appeared on Camera FV5 thus confirming its camera specs. As per the listing, the smartphone will come with a lens that arrives with a 26.6mm focal length, f/1.8 aperture, and EIS support. It also reveals a 12.6MP image which suggests that the smartphone could be equipped with a 50MP primary camera while the maximum picture resolution of the image is 4096×3072 pixels.




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