Oppo Reno 5Z has been identified to be launched on several platforms. It includes the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Bluetooth SIG, Norway’s NEMKO, Singapore’s IMDA, and the GCF. The listings propose certain smartphone specifications that are reported to contain CPH2211 model numbers. Neither site mentions the name of the device but there is much speculation that it belongs to the Oppo Reno 5Z. Recent time also, a multi-certification website has reportedly been the Oppo A74 5G.
The FCC listing provides far more information on the rumored Oppo Reno 5Z among the certification platforms. Various papers indicate that the ColorOS V11.1 smartphone runs out of the package on Android 11. The phone measures 160.1×73.4×7.8mm in terms of dimensions. It is 175 grams in weight. The phone also contains a battery capacity of 4,310 mAh (4,220mAh rated).
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The MySmartPrice Bluetooth SIG listing says that the supposed Oppo Reno 5Z comes with the support of Bluetooth v5.2. It also says that the Oppo smartphone runs on ColorOS V11.1 based on Android 11. And 5G, Wi-Fi, GPS, and NFC connectivity alternatives are available.
The NEMKO certification list found by GoAndroid indicates that a USB Type-C port and a 4,220mAh battery might be able to support the Oppo Reno 5Z rumored in order to quickly recharge. The IMDA listing in Singapore is believed to indicate the above options of connectivity and no further information is provided in the GCF listing except the model number.
This smartphone which is highly rumored is observed on a number of certification sites. It hints that Oppo can launch its phone soon. Very recently, Oppo A74 5G was also reportedly spotted on numerous websites to get the certification.
A good package can be expected for the total price for the phone. It has a high-quality design, a vivid display, a long lifetime of the battery, very quick charging, and quite competent cameras. However, video quality, particularly, in low light could have been improved.