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An unknown Oppo smartphone carrying model code CPH2185 has been seen on FCC with a assemble such as Realme’s Narzo 20. It has a fingerprint reader on the merit, retaining firm to the three cameras placed internal a squircle-fashioned module with an LED flash.

On the suitable aspect of the phone’s frame is the volume rocker and energy key, and at the bottom is the USB port flanked by a speaker, microphone and 3.5mm headphone jack.

Unknown Oppo smartphone spotted on FCC with triple cameras

FCC would not point to the plump specs of the CPH2185, nevertheless it does verify that the smartphone runs ColorOS 7.2 and packs a battery having a rated capability of 4,100 mAh, that prices at as a lot as 10W.

Unknown Oppo smartphone spotted on FCC with triple cameras

The Oppo CPH2185 is a mystery appropriate now, nevertheless since it has bagged FCC certification, we would gathered optimistically know more about it in the impending days, and even weeks, because the smartphone gets certified by more regulatory authorities.

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