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Oppo Reno 12F will also have a 4G variant spotted on Bluetooth SIG, Camera FV-5 and EEC

Oppo Reno 12 series is set to make its global debut on June 18th, 2024. Earlier reports had hinted that another member of the Reno 12 series, called the Reno 12F 5G(CPH2637), would soon be launched. Adding to this, Oppo might also launch a 4G variant of the Reno 12F. This speculation arises from the fact that we have spotted it on several key certifications, which I will discuss further below.

Oppo Reno 12F 4G

Starting with the Bluetooth SIG certification, it reveals that the device will come with Bluetooth Version 5.0 and is listed with the model number “CPH2687”. Additionally, the certification mentions Oppo A60 along with Oppo Reno 12FS, though the latter could be a typographical error.

Next, the EEC certification shows the model number “CPH2687”, but the moniker is absent from this certification. While EEC doesn’t reveal much in terms of specifications, the same model number has also appeared on the Camera FV-5 certification.

Like the EEC, the moniker is absent from the Camera FV-5 certification. However, it does reveal the camera specifications of this upcoming smartphone. According to the certification, the main rear camera will feature a 50MP sensor (with pixel binning), an f/1.8 aperture, a 4.0mm focal length, and EIS. The front selfie shooter will have a 32MP sensor(with pixel binning) with an aperture of f/2.0.

Earlier, a tipster shared the key specifications of both the 5G and 4G variants of this smartphone. According to him, the 5G variant will be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 6300, while the 4G variant will feature the Snapdragon 680 SoC. Both phones will reportedly come with a triple rear camera setup comprising a 50MP OV50D primary sensor, an 8MP sensor, and a 2MP sensor. The front camera will be equipped with a 32MP Sony IMX615 selfie shooter.

Both the 4G and 5G variants are expected to be available in three colour options: green, grey, and orange. Although the tipster did not share the launch timeline, he mentioned that the 4G variant would cost around 300 USD (approximately ₹25,000) in South Asian countries.

This suggests that the 5G variant will be priced higher. However, the pricing of the 4G smartphone seems unusually high to me, raising questions about Oppo’s pricing strategy. It remains to be seen how Oppo will position these smartphones in the market.

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