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Alleged OPPO Reno5 Lite 5G bags TENAA certification, details emerge


OPPO is reportedly working on a phone named OPPO Reno5 Lite 5G. The alleged smartphone that has a model number of PELM00 has received certification from China’s TENAA telecom authority (via) through which some of its details have surfaced.

The OPPO PELM00 is a 5G smartphone that has 160.1 x 73.4 x 7.8mm dimensions. The left edge of the phone has a volume rocker, and a power key is available on its right spine. The frontal view of the phone does not clearly reveal whether it has a waterdrop notch or a punch-hole design.

The fingerprint sensor is neither available on the backside nor on the edge of the device. This indicates that it could be embedded under the display, which in turn suggests that it could be featuring an AMOLED display. The TENAA listing states that it has a 6.43-inch screen. It runs on Android 11 OS.

OPPO Reno5 Lite 5G TENAA certified


The OPPO PELM00 has a 4,220mAh rated battery. The 3C appearance of the device had revealed that it may ship with a 30W fast charger. The rear shell of the phone has a large-sized rectangle housing. Since the rear image is not clear, it could not be confirmed whether it has three or four rear-facing cameras.

Since the alleged Reno5 Lite 5G has bagged 3C and TENAA certifications, it is likely that the OPPO PELM00 phone may go official later this month. Hopefully, newer reports will reveal more information on the device.



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