New Oppo K9 Series Phone (PGCM10) Pops up on TENAA with Full Specifications and Images

Oppo PGCM10 TENAA Image

Oppo seems to be working to bring a new device under the K9 series. Already there are three devices under the series – Oppo K9, Oppo K9 Pro, and Oppo K9s. All three devices were launched this year, and now, the arrival of a new K9 series phone has been tipped via the TENAA certification site.

The new Oppo K9 series phone has been spotted on the certification site with the model number PGCM10. While the certification site does not reveal the marketing name, the images confirm that it will be a member of the K9 series.

The device has a rectangular camera island on the back that houses three sensors and an LED flash unit. It has a flat display with a punch-hole cutout at the upper-left side for the selfie camera.

According to the TENAA listing, the Oppo PGCM10 has a 6.5-inch LTPS LCD panel with 2400 × 1080 pixels FullHD+ resolution. It will be offered in 4GB / 6GB / 8GB RAM options with 128GB / 256GB storage options.

The triple camera setup on the back includes a 64MP primary sensor, joined with two 2MP sensors, likely to act as macro and depth shooters. There’s a 16MP selfie snapper for selfies and video calling. The new Oppo K9 series phone packs a 4,880 mAh rated battery, should have a typical capacity of 5,000 mAh. It was recently spotted on the 3C certification site with 33W fast charging support.

Also Read: OPPO Patents Huawei Mate X2 Look-A-Like Foldable Smartphone

The device will boot Android 11 OS out of the box flavoured with ColorOS skin. Last but not least, it measures 162.5×74.8×8.8 mm and carries a weight of 191g. As of now, the marketing name of the phone is currently unknown. Hopefully, we’ll have more details about the device in the coming days.


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