Today, a new device from OPPO has been spotted on the famous Chinese 3C Certification site, which usually reveals charging related specifications. The device has a model number, “PELM00”. As per our sources, this seems to be the new Reno5 Lite 5G from OPPO.
On the certification, it is mentioned that this device would be equipped with the OPPO’s charger with a model number “VC56HACH”. The model number points out that this is OPPO’s famous 30W VOOC 4.0 charger.
The charger supports charging in the following modes: 30W (5V, 6A) & 10W (5V, 2A). As mentioned in the certification, the device is being tested in OPPO’s factory in Guangdong (the manufacturing hub for OPPO). The applicant is “OPPO Mobile Telecommunications Corporation Limited.”
As we stated earlier, this model may be launched as Reno5 Lite 5G. Previously in the Reno4 series, OPPO also launched a lite version with Helio P95 chipset (from Mediatek). The device was rebranded as OPPO F17 Pro globally.
The charger model is already pointing to us that this may be a mid-range device. The device also supports 5G Network, so most probably, this device would be equipped with Dimensity 800 or 700 chipset. It is worth mentioning that the OPPO Reno4 lite version was a 4G device.
For now, the device is in the testing phase. It may be revealed soon by the company.