A new Oppo smartphone is leaked on Chinese certification authority TENAA. This device goes by the model name PDAM10. There is no official name of the device as of now. This is a mid-range smartphone and will be a part of Oppo’s A-series. Oppo PDAM Leaks suggest that the device is coming with the quad-rear camera setup and will come under the Budget segment. Therefore, read the full article to know more about the Oppo new phone Leaks, Oppo Upcoming Phone Specs and Oppo Phone Spotted on TENNA Images:
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Oppo Phone Spotted On Tenna
Here is a list of leaks that we were able to get from the Chinese certification authority. This device has a massive battery, dual-sim support, 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth and GPS. Also, the listing further reveals that this device will come in Dark Green Color.
Oppo PDAM 10 Leaks and Features
Here are the features that leaked online:
Display & Battery
According to leaks, this new device is equipped with a 6.5 Inch (1080×2400 pixels) Full HD+ display and has an aspect ratio of 20:9. Dimensions of the device are 162mm×75.5mm×8.9mm. Leaks suggest that the phone has a 4,880 mAh battery. There is no support for fast charging on this device.
Processor and Software
According to the listing, this will be a mid-range device. Still, we are not sure which processor Oppo is going to use. Oppo will use ColorOS. The phone will come with Android 10 out of the box. Also, the phone will come with 8GB RAM and 128GB inbuilt storage. There will be an option to expand the storage via a microSD card.
We will see a quad-camera setup on this upcoming Oppo device. The rear camera will have a 12-Megapixel camera (primary), an 8-Megapixel camera (ultrawide) and two 2-Megapixel cameras (one macro and the other depth). Alongside that, the phone also has an 8-Megapixel front camera.
Oppo PDAM 10 Launch Date in India
The phone is spotted on TENNA and it is expected to launch before June.
Oppo PDAM Price in India
This device is likely to come under the budget phone. So, it will be priced around Rs.13,000.
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