On the horizon an Oppo 5G with Snapdragon 765G and five cameras

We are now taken by the imminent presentation of the new Oppo flagship, or the Find X2 with its Pro version, which will come out in exactly two days. However, the brand does not only produce high-end devices, but also those "less performing" but still with a quality / price ratio among the best in the world. This could be the case with a new device certified by the Bluetooth body SIG. According to the data it could be a new smartphone of the Reno series, but the important thing is its support for the 5G network and the presence of the processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G.

A new Oppo 5G smartphone with Snapdragon 765G is on the horizon. Who will it be?

As revealed by the above certification body, a new 5G device would have received the OK for launch in Europe. Unfortunately it is not known the name, if not the one in code: CPH2009. The certification goes back to yesterday. Below is the document.

oppo snapdragon 765G

As we can see from the description, we will find a processor octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G

(one 2.4 GHz core, one 2.2 GHz core and six 1.8 GHz core). As for the aesthetic side, theOppo 5G in question will sport a 6.5 "display with FHD + resolution and the panel will be AMOLED type. In terms of cameras, the Oppo with Snapdragon 765G can count on a total of five cameras: four at the rear, made up of 48 + 13 + 8 + 2 megapixel sensors, before a 32 megapixel one. The device will work with Wi-Fi 5 e Bluetooth 5.1

In the bowels of the device we will find the ColorOS 7 to move everything, unlike the Find X2 series which will count on the ColorOS 7.1. We also count that to accompany the personalized skin of the brand there will also be Android 10. From the specifications leaked so far, this device seems to be a medium-high range, which could position itself as new of the Reno series. For now that's all we know.

What type of smartphone do you think it is? It will give a hard time to Redmi K30 5G?

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