Last year, OPPO announced the OPPO A15 and A15s smartphones in several Asian markets including India and Malaysia. Recently, the company is reported to be prepping a new successor dubbed as the OPPO A16 which had already been certified by the FCC authority.
Today, thanks to well-accredited leaker Evan Blass, we’re able to have our first look at this upcoming entry-level smartphone. As seen in the renders, the OPPO A16 will be arriving with a largely redesigned back panel which looks way different from what we’d seen on last year’s OPPO A15.
It’s rectangular camera module at the back will be home to a triple-cam setup of unknown specifications. Furthermore, the renders also revealed that the OPPO A16 will be available in at least four different color options including Blue, Black, Gold and White.
Upfront, the OPPO A16 retains the usual dewdrop-notch display of unspecified screen size. Speaking of this, the front display is also likely to be the a LCD panel that offers a HD+ screen resolution and 60Hz refresh rate.
Although there’s no mention of it’s specs, but we did know from it’s FCC listing that the OPPO A16 will be arriving with a massive 5,000mAh battery that carries support for 10W charging speed.