It seems like OPPO is planning to extend its Reno5 series. Some reports claimed that OPPO is now working on another Reno 5 series smartphone named “Reno 5Z”. The device has a model number, “CPH2211”, which has already been spotted on several certification sites.
Recently, the upcoming Reno 5Z has been spotted on the FCC Certification site. The FCC Certification has revealed the battery, charging, and some other related specifications of the device.
As mentioned, the Reno 5Z uses a 4220mAh Li-Polymer Battery having a model number “BLP839”. The manufacturers of this battery are more than one. The device will come with a VOOC Charger in terms of charging, supports 30W (Maximum @ 5V, 6A), and 10W Charging (5V, 2A).
The device will also be equipped with a USB Type-C port, as the cable mentioned in the certification having a model number “DL129”, a Type-C cable from OPPO. In addition, the 3.5mm headphone jack will also be there.
The FCC Certification also mentions that the processor’s highest speed (Reno 5Z uses) is 2.4 GHz. It points us that the chipset maybe Dimensity 800U or Snapdragon 765G, as the highest speed of all of them, are the same.
The device measurements are also mentioned, which are 160.1*73.4*7.8mm, while it weighs around 175g (battery also included). In terms of software, the device is running the ColorOS v5.2.
It is mentioned that the applicant and manufacturer of this device are “OPPO Mobile Telecommunications Corporation Limited.”
For now, there is no news about the launch of this device.