An unknown Oppo smartphone with model code CPH2211 and probably the Reno5 Z, received Bluetooth certification yesterday. The same device is now certified by the US FCC, bringing its launch one step closer.
The US certification body reveals that the smartphone will run Android 11-based ColorOS 11.1 out of the box and pack a 4,310 mAh battery, which will charge up to 30W with the bundled charger.
The CPH2211 will support 5G networks, and a diagram of the smartphone in the listing reveals that it will have three cameras on the back panel, with the power button on the right and the volume rocker on the left.
FCC further reveals that the smartphone will be 7.8mm thin and weigh 175 grams with the battery inside, but it didn’t detail the rest of the specs.
The CPH2211 has also been certified by a couple of other authorities, so it shouldn’t be too long before the device is made official by Oppo.
Oppo Reno5 Z gets FCC certificate with 4,300 mAh battery