According to a report Last year, OPPO launched the Oppo Reno 4Z martphone in the global market. According to recent reports, a successor named Reno 5Z may arrive soon. The handset was recently certified by Namco in Norway, IMDA, GCF in Singapore, and Bluetooth SEG certification platforms. The handset is currently approved by US FCC officials (via Smyrna Paul).
Reno 5Z CPH 2211 appeared on FCC with model number. This list measures 160.1 x 73.4 x 7.8 mm and weighs 175 grams per battery. When it comes to batteries, FCC documents state that the device has a 4,220 mAh battery (model number BLP839). Your phone may come with a VC56 JAYH charger that supports charging up to 30W.
It also states that the Reno 5Z has a 2.4GHz processor. The handset supports dual SIM 5G, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, GPS, NFC, FM receiver, and Bluetooth 5.2. A schematic showing the back of the device reveals that it has a rectangular camera module with four cameras, an LED flash, and other sensors. The specifications of the Renault 5Z are unclear.
In related news, OPPO phone with model number CPH2219 has been approved by China Quality Certification Center (CQC). It is clear that the device can come with the support of high-speed charging of 33 W.
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The phone was also found on other certification sites such as the Wi-Fi Alliance, BIS (India), TKDN (Indonesia), EEC (Europe) and NBTC (Thailand). CPH2219 is approved by the NBTC Authority as OPPO A744G. Another phone with model number CPH2197 is certified by the same company with OPPO A 55G.