A mysterious OPPO phone with model number PDYM10 has appeared on TENAA certification. The listing suggests the handset will have dual-mode 5G connectivity, which means that we may be looking at a phone that might be placed at the higher end of mid-range or introduced as a flagship. The OPPO PDYM10 sports a 6.4-inch display, measures 162.2 X 75.0 X 7.9mm and boots Android OS, presumably the Android 10. Unfortunately, not much else is revealed about the OPPO PDYM10 at the moment, but we hope the TENAA listing will be updated with more specifications in the next few days.
Separately, OPPO CPH2123 has received Wi-Fi Alliance certification. While this doesn’t reveal the marketing name of the phone, it shows the phone would run on Android 10 OS, probably with ColorOS 7 custom skin on top, and have dual-band (2.4GHz + 5GHz) Wi-Fi connectivity. The handset could be a mid-range offering from OPPO, but nothing much is known about the internal hardware just yet. We should learn more details soon.
OPPO A6 is gearing to debut in India soon and this will succeed last year’s OPPO A5 2020 smartphone. According to sources, the handset will launch in the country in September but an exact date isn’t known yet. The OPPO A6 is said to come with a better chipset, improved camera, a slightly bigger battery, high-resolution display and may start around Rs 10,000. The handset could have quad-camera setup at the back that may include a high-resolution primary sensor, a wide-angle lens, a macro and depth sensor. It could have fast-charging support and boot Android 10 OS out of the box. We should know more information soon.