A mysterious OPPO phone with PELM00 model number was approved by the 3C certification agency of China last month. At that time, the rumor mill speculated that this device could be arriving in the home market as the Reno5 Lite 5G. While the exact identity of the device is yet to be revealed, it has bagged certification from the TENAA regulatory body. The TENAA appearance has revealed the key specs of the phone along with its images.
The images of the OPPO PELM00 does not clearly reveal its display design. Hence, it is unclear whether the display features a waterdrop notch or a punch-hole camera cutout.
On the flip side of the device is a rectangle-shaped module. The rear camera is not clearly visible in the image. Hence, it is not clear whether the phone features a triple camera or quad camera setup.
The alleged Reno5 Lite 5G measures 160.1 x 73.4 x 7.8mm and it has a 6.43-inch display. Since the phone does not have a fingerprint on the back panel or on its edge, it appears that it could be fitted with an OLED display with an in-screen fingerprint reader.
The handset draw power from a 4,220mAh rated battery. It is known through its 3C certification that its retail package may include a 30W charger. The phone will arrive with Android 11 OS preinstalled. Its other specs have not appeared yet.
The Reno5 Lite 5G is expected to succeed the Reno4 Lite 4G phone that went official in September last year. It came with specs like a 6.43-inch AMOLED FHD+ display, a 16-megapixel + 2-megapixel dual selfie camera setup, a 48-megapixel quad camera system, Helio P95 chipset, and a 4,015mAh battery with 30W fast charging support.