Realme RMX3472 and OPPO CPH2375 smartphones have received certification from Indonesia’s TKDN certification platform.
Unfortunately, there is no information available on the final monikers of these upcoming Realme and OPPO smartphones. Since these devices have been spotted at other certification sites, they are likely to soon. With the year 2021 ending soon, it appears both devices may hit the markets by Q1 2022.
The RMX3472’s TKDN listing suggests that it is a 4G LTE device. Probably, it could be a C-series phone from Realme. This phone was previously spotted at the Eurasian Economic Certification site back in October whether a couple of other unannounced models such as RMX3286, MX3311, and RMX3511. Hopefully, upcoming reports will reveal the identities of these upcoming Realme models.
The OPPO phone with the CPH2375 model number has surfaced at TKDN. It is also a 4G LTE device, which indicates that it could be an A-series model. Before surfacing in the database of the Indonesian certification site, the CPH2375 was spotted at the EEC authority in November. It has also been spotted at the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) in the past. None of the certification listings has revealed any vital on its specifications.
In related news, two unannounced OPPO phones with model numbers CPH2333 and CPH2363 were spotted in the database of the EEC authority earlier this month. These models have been spotted at the Camera-V5 site. The CPH2333 was found to be equipped with a 12.5-megapixel (effective resolution) main primary camera on the back, and support and a 4-megapixel (effective resolution) front camera. On the other side, the CPH2363 has a 16-megapixel (effective resolution) main rear camera, and an 8-megapixel (effective resolution) selfie camera. Again, the other specs and final names of these OPPO smartphones are under the wrap.