- OPPO CPH2205 will have 48MP triple rear cameras and 4,310mAh battery
- The phone will have Android 11-based ColorOS 11.1 custom skin
- The FCC listing doesn’t mention 5G support for the OPPO CPH2205
An upcoming OPPO smartphone with model number CPH2205 has been listed on the website of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The FCC listing has revealed the OPPO CPH2205 specifications, with the accompanying image showing a triple camera setup with LED flash on the back. The specifications and other details revealed in the listing include the battery capacity, dimensions, display measurement, software version, and connectivity as well as network support capabilities. There is no clear indication yet at the moment regarding what the official marketing name of the OPPO CPH2205 will be.
OPPO CPH2205 specifications and design
The OPPO CPH2205 specifications mentioned in the listing include a 4,310mAh battery, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 4G LTE support; the phone doesn’t seem to have 5G capabilities. The design clearly shows the phone will have a triple rear camera setup, flanked by a LED flash, in a rectangular module placed at the top-left corner. ‘AI’ is clearly visible below the camera sensors in the image, along with what seems to be ’48MP’. The smartphone measures 160.1mm in height and 73.2mm in width. The handset’s screen diagonally measures 159mm, while the overall diagonal length of 170mm. The listing also mentions the phone will run ColorOS 11.1 version of OPPO’s custom skin, which is based on Android 11. The back panel will have OPPO branding on the bottom-right corner.
The FCC listing does not mention any other details at the moment, but we can expect more details to come out in the coming weeks.
In December last year, OPPO CPH2205 had been spotted on the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) website, but that certification did not give away any details of the smartphone.