On May 26, a new Oppo’s branded smartphone spotted on TENAA Certification. The phone is named “Oppo PDAT10” in certification. It seems to be an upcoming 4G mid-range device from Oppo.
The certification also leaked almost all the specifications of the device. It can be seen in the phone’s design that it got a punch-hole display. According to TENAA certification, this display is a TFT Display with a size of 6.5 inches and a resolution of 2400x1080p (Full-HD+). The phone has a body size of 162.0 × 75.5 × 8.9 (mm) and weighs around 195g.
Inside the phone, there is an unknown octa-core chipset used, clocked at 2 GHz. The phone also has a 4880 mAh battery, which seems to be a built-in battery in design. The phone will also come with an SD card slot for storage expansion (up to 256GB). It also got a 3.5mm headphone jack, as mentioned.
On the rear side, it sports a quad-camera setup arranged in a rectangle bump with LED flash. The primary camera is just a 12MP sensor while it also got an 8MP (ultra-wide), 2MP (depth), and another 2MP (maybe macro) camera. On the front, it got an 8MP camera in a punch-hole display. The phone also has a fingerprint scanner, but in the design of the phone, it is missing. It might be an under-display fingerprint scanner.
In leaked specifications, the phone only has one storage variant: 8GB RAM with 128 Gigs of storage. It will be available in two color options: green and black. But in images, there is another blue and pink shaded gradient color phone. The phone will be launched with the latest ColorOS 7 based on Android 10.
The phone seems to be a lack of 5G connectivity. It is also expected that Oppo will announce this phone soon. So stay tuned!