August 10, 2022

OPPO A55s 5G visits Geekbench and TUV Rheinland

Oppo is preparing to debut a new A-series smartphone. The Oppo A55s will be released as the company’s next 5G smartphone in the A-series. The official launch date of the A55s 5G has yet to be confirmed by the business. In the meantime, the device has been seen on several certification websites. The A55s 5G is already listed on the Geekbench website, ahead of its official release. Prior to its official release, the same smartphone was seen on the Bluetooth SIG certification page as well as the FCC website. Let’s have a look at the numerous Oppo A55s 5G leaks before they become official.

The introduction of the Oppo A55s 5G appears to be approaching. While we wait for the launch date to be announced, the gadget has been published on Geekbench, exposing critical specifications. The model number is CPH2309. Geekbench reports that the gadget has 4GB of RAM. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G CPU. The Octa-core processor includes two 2.04GHz performance cores and six 1.8GHz efficiency cores. In Geekbench’s single-core and multi-core tests, it received scores of 510 and 1592, respectively. The listing also disclosed that the Oppo smartphone will ship with Android 11 out of the box, with a layer of ColorOS 11 on top.

The battery in the smartphone is 3,890 mAh, which will most likely be rounded off and advertised as 4000 mAh. The TUV Rheinland Japan listing of the Oppo A55s 5G also confirms that the inexpensive 5G smartphone will feature fast charging. Out of the box, the device will support 18W fast charging.

Other specifics, like as the display size and camera specifications, are currently unclear. We will provide more information about the item as it becomes available. What are your thoughts on the Oppo A55s 5G? Please let us know in the comments section below.


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