Oppo Reno4 Lite gets certified on FCC with familiar specs
Oppo Reno4 Lite is getting closer to a launch, as the phone has just been certified at the FCC - the agency that regulates all communications across the United States. The phone with model number CPH2125 is listed with its dimensions, weight, and battery capacity, and they are identical to another Oppo phone that is already on the market - the Oppo F17 Pro.
The Reno4 Lite moniker hasn’t been officially confirmed, but it already appeared under the same model number in previous leaks. If this phone is truly the F17 Pro, then we should be expecting a device with a Helio P95 chipset, 8 GB RAM, and up to 128 GB internal storage.
Camera-wise, the Reno4 Lite is likely to have four shooters, with the primary one flaunting a 48 MP sensor, accompanied by an 8 MP ultra-wide-angle cam. The battery was also mentioned by FCC and it says 4,000 mAh, while the Oppo F17 Pro is officially listed as 4,015 mAh typical capacity.
According to previous leaks, it might also hit some markets under the name Oppo A93.
- Arnav Bajwa
The Helio P95 will be a neat option because it is reliable and is also capable of providing a decent support to all internal functions.
- 24 Sep 2020