Last year, OPPO launched a smartphone named OPPO Reno4 Z in global markets. Recent reports have revealed that its successor edition dubbed Reno 5Z could be arriving soon. The handset was recently certified by Norway’s NEMKO, Singapore’s IMDA, GCF, and Bluetooth SIG certification platforms. The handset has now received approval from the FCC authority of the US (via. Simran Pal).
The Reno 5Z has appeared with its CPH2211 model number at FCC. The listing reveals that it measures 160. 1 x 73.4 x 7.8mm and it weighs 175 grams with the battery. Speaking of battery, the FCC documents mention that the device is powered by a 4,220mAh battery (model number BLP839). The phone may ship with a VC56JAYH charger that supports up to 30W charging.
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It also states that the Reno5 Z is powered by a 2.4GHz processor. The handset supports dual SIM 5G, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, GPS, NFC, FM receiver, and Bluetooth 5.2. A schematic showcasing the rear side of the device shows that it has a rectangle-shaped camera module that seems to house four cameras, an LED flash, and some other sensors. The specifications of the Reno5 Z are under wraps.
The handset was also spotted at other certification sites such as Wi-Fi Alliance, BIS (India), TKDN (Indonesia), EEC (Europe), and NBTC (Thailand). The CPH2219 has been approved by the NBTC authority as the OPPO A74 4G. Another phone with model number CPH2197 has been certified as the OPPO A74 5G by the same entity.
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