A mysterious OPPO phone with a CPH2205 model number has received approval from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the U.S. The FCC listing has revealed the rear design of the smartphone along with a few key details.
The OPPO CPH2205 was approved by the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) in December and it has now popped up at FCC. The EEC did not reveal any information on its specifications. A schematic of the phone’s rear has been found in its FCC documents. The image reveals that the device has a large-sized camera module at the top-left corner.
The camera housing of the OPPO CPH2205 seems to house three cameras and an LED flash. The blurry text in the camera housing suggests that it could be featuring a 48-megapixel primary lens. The OPPO branding can be seen at the bottom-right of the phone’s back. The handset measures 160.1 x 73.32mm and it measures 170mm diagonally. The screen of the CPH2205 measures 159mm diagonally, which indicates that it is equipped with a 6.2-inch screen.
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The OPPO CPH2205 is preinstalled with ColorOS 11.1 based Android 11 OS. FCC only mentions the model number of the phone’s battery as BLP835. It is found through the TUV Rheinland listing that the BLP835 battery has a rated size of 4,220mAh and its typical capacity is 4,310mAh. The other details of the smartphone are currently under wraps.
In related news, OPPO today unveiled the OPPO A93 5G with a price tag of 1,999 Yuan (~$308). The handset comes with specs like a 6.5-inch 90Hz LCD display, Snapdragon 480, 48MP triple camera, and a 5,000mAh battery with 18W fast charging support.
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