- OPPO PECM10 and PECT10 models have appeared on TENAA
- The two models are likely the same phones as they are listed with similar specifications
- The device will come with a 6.5-inch display and 4,000mAh battery
A mysterious OPPO phone with model number PECM10 has bagged TENAA certification. Another variant with model number PECT10 has also been spotted on the Chinese certification site with similar specifications. The listing shows the phones will have 5G support (NSA and SA), a 6.5-inch display, and a 3,945mAh battery (likely to be marketed as 4,000mAh). The OPPO PECM10 and PECT10 models measure 162.2 X 75.0 X 7.9mm and come with dual-SIM support. That’s all we know about these OPPO models from the TENAA certification as of now.
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The TENAA website should update the listing with more specifications along with renders of the models in the coming days and we will update the story likewise. Based on the few specs mentioned, it is hard to say whether we’re looking at a high-end OPPO phone or an affordable mid-range 5G device.
Separately, OPPO seems to be actively working on the Reno5 series which is said to comprise of three models- OPPO Reno5, Reno5 Pro, and Reno5 Pro+. Reports suggest the standard Reno 5 will ship with the unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 775G SoC, which is expected to be an upgrade to the Snapdragon 765G. On the other hand, Reno 5 Pro and Reno 5 Pro+ are tipped to ship with Snapdragon 860 chipset, which is also yet to be announced. All three models are said to come with 5G connectivity and also carry improvements with regards to design, other hardware, and key specifications. The lineup may debut before the end of this year or early next.