Oppo K9 Series Phone (PGCM10) Design and Full Specifications Revealed via TENAA Listing


Oppo could bring a new K9 series phone with 64MP triple cameras, 6.5″ display, and fast charging support.

Oppo could be working on a new Oppo K9 series phone, suggests TENAA listing of Oppo PGCM10. The TENAA images for Oppo PGCM10 have “09-K” printed at the back, which was also seen in other K9 series phones. So, this could be the fourth Oppo K9 series phone after Oppo K9, Oppo K9 Pro, and Oppo K9s. TENAA listing for the Oppo PGCM10 has revealed pretty much everything about the phone, as far as the design and specifications are concerned.

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TENAA images reveal that the Oppo PGCM10 sports a flat display with a punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera, located at the upper-left side. Around the back, it features a rectangular camera module housing three sensors and an LED flash unit. The volume buttons are on the left side and the power button is on the right, which also doubles as a fingerprint scanner.

The handset measures 162.5 x 74.8 x 8.8 mm and weighs about 191 grams. It has a 6.5-inch LTPS LCD panel with a FullHD+ resolution of 2400 × 1080 pixels. Oppo PGCM10 packs a 4,880 mAh rated capacity battery, which is likely to carry a typical capacity of around 5,000 mAh.

The upcoming Oppo K9 series phone features a triple camera setup on the back that includes a 64MP primary sensor and two 2MP sensors. It has a 16MP selfie shooter inside the punch-hole cutout. The device is listed to be offered in 4GB / 6GB / 8GB RAM variants and 128GB / 256GB storage variants. It will boot Android 11 OS out of the box, flavored with Oppo’s ColorOS custom skin at the top. The Oppo PGCM10 was recently spotted on the 3C certification site. It revealed that the device supports 33W fast charging.

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The marketing of the new Oppo K9 series phone is currently a mystery. The company is currently silent about the arrival of this phone. The Chinese company is also gearing up to launch the camera-focused Reno7 series. Rumors are rife that it may debut in China by the end of this month.

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