On April 10, 2019, the smartphone Renault, a brand-new Chinese company, OPPO, received a certificate from the regulatory body in Singapore, IMAR. An opportunity to learn a little more about your technical sheet reviewed down.
On Monday, March 11, 2019, the leaders of the Asian firm OPPO announced big fanfare to launch a new brand: Renault. And to mark the coup, the Middle Kingdom company gave us a meeting on April 10, when the first Renault-branded smartphone will be the subject of an official presentation in China.
Technical sheet is slightly revised down
In addition to the colorful logo, the Renault subsidiary (to pronounce Riino) has already received certification on its mobile device from the regulatory organization of Singapore, IMAR, as we are learning MySmartPrice. The second one also received the document in question, which shows the number of the Renault model: CPH1917. Another document tells us a little more about its technical sheet.
If the group leaders consider the presence of the SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, the receipt of the certificate tends to prove the opposite: the company's companies would prefer the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor, carved in 10nm. The screen will reach 6.4 inches in Full HD + quality. The 48 megapixel rear camera appears to be confirmed: next to it, the second 12 megapixel sensor will invite the party.
A running picture suggests the presence of a triple photo sensor
On the front of the phone, a 16 megapixel camera will take care of taking the solitude. Nothing, however, confirms the x10 zoom, or the 4065 mAh battery ever mentioned, or the 3.5mm connector and the USB-C plug. However, Renault can run under the ColorOS 6.0 interface based on Android 9.0 Pie, and even support for 5G connectivity. To be clear, we have to wait until April 10th.
In parallel with this certification, the alleged image of the phone (image of) in question will leak to the Chinese social network Weibo, as we teach SlashLeaks. The picture on which a photo module was drawn with three sensors: this is another of the IMAGES of the certificates. To see if one of them does not fit the x10 zoom suggested by the high places on the mark. However, these shots should be taken with tweezers until the group officially announces its own.