As part of its K9 line of phones, Oppo introduced the vanilla K9 as well as the K9s as well as the K9 Pro this year. The TENAA certification of an Oppo smartphone with model code PGCM10, revealing its design and specifications, suggests the company will introduce a fourth device to its lineup.
Its 6.5-inch Full HD+ display is flanked by a 5,000mAh battery that can be charged at 33W. It’s powered by Android 11, and it comes in three different RAM and storage configurations (4/6/8GB and 128/256GB).
There is a 16MP front-facing camera and a rectangular camera island on the back of the phone, which houses one 64MP and two 2MP cameras. A “09-K” written on the back of the smartphone confirms that it belongs to the K9 series.
This Oppo PGCM10 smartphone has a fingerprint scanner built into the power button, as well as a volume rocker, on the left side of the device.
The Oppo PGCM10 is 19.1 grammes thick and 8.8 millimetres thick. TENAA doesn’t reveal whether it will be powered by a MediaTek or Qualcomm processor, but we should hear more about that in the near future.
via GSM Arena