An Oppo device with the model designation CPH2203 was certified by IMDA of Singapore about two weeks ago, which we now know to be the Oppo A94 because the smartphone has achieved NBTC certification.
The Thai certification authority reveals that the A94 will be a 4G smartphone, but other than that it doesn’t disclose anything.
Oppo A94 certified by NBTC of Thailand
However, the A94 was also certified by the Chinese CQC, revealing a 30W load in the process.
Oppo A94 certified by Chinese CQC
We also saw CPH2205 on Geekbench with a Helio P95 SoC, 6GB of RAM, and Android 11, which is said to be a variant of the A94.
CPH2205 on Geekbench
The CPH2205 has been certified by the FCC and its schematic markings on a side-mounted fingerprint reader, which means the smartphone can contain an LCD panel. One of the FCC listing documents reveals that the screen will measure approximately 6.2 inches diagonally.
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