Oppo’s foldable smartphone has allegedly been spotted on the Geekbench listing. The listed smartphone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC, which is paired with 12GB of RAM. Recently, a tipster claimed that the phone was certified by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China. Meanwhile, the rumored Oppo foldable smartphone has been spotted on the Camera FV-5 website, which reveals the specs of its camera. The news came a few days before the Oppo Inno Day 2021 event, at which the company is expected to unveil a foldable smartphone.
Geekbench listing smartphone shown with model number “OPPO PEUM00”. Chinese tipster WHYLAB recently published Weibo screenshot of MIIT-certified smartphone with model number PEUM00. The informant claimed it was an Oppo foldable smartphone.
In addition, the Geekbench listing shows that the phone is powered by a SoC with a base clock speed of 1.80GHz and is codenamed “Lahaina”, hinting that it could be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC. The phone has 12GB of RAM and runs under running Android 11 out of the box. Oppo’s alleged foldable phone scored 925 points in the single-core test and 3364 points in the multi-core test.
In the accompanying development, the camera parts of the Oppo foldable phone have reportedly was spotted on the Camera FV-5 website. The phone is said to feature a 12.6MP sensor paired with an f / 1.8 aperture lens and comes with OIS as well as EIS support. In terms of the front camera, the phone could come with an 8.1MP sensor paired with an f / 2.4 lens and offer EIS support. Chinese Tipster Digital Chat Station claimed that the smartphone could have a 50MP main sensor on the back and a 32MP front shooter.
A previous report claimed that Oppo could release a foldable phone with an 8-inch display. Nashville Chatter reports that Oppo’s foldable phone may have a primary LTPO display with 2K resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. Oppo may launch a foldable phone at the upcoming Inno Day 2021 event.
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