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Oppo PCDM10 / PCDT10 TENAA listing reveals hardware specs and design

06 May 2019 2

Today a new Oppo phone bearing model number PCDM10 / PCDT10 appeared at the TENAA listing. The device physical appearance suggests it could be announced under Reno branding. Thanks to the TENAA listing the device full design and specs leaked in full glory.

Following the latest trend, the PCDM10 / PCDT10 is featuring a dewdrop notch at the top of the display. On the rear side, you will get the gradient finish. The device will be available in black, red, white and purple colors.

The rear design is quite close to the recently announced Reno 10x Zoom. It doesn't have a traditional fingerprint scanner on the rear side which means it will have an under-glass optical fingerprint scanner. On the rear side, you will get dual cameras aligned vertically in the center. The dual sensors are accompanied by LED flashlight. The device dimensions are 157.3 x 74.9 x 9.1mm and weigh 186g.

The device sports a 6.4-inches AMOLED display with Full HD+ screen resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. An Octa-core chipset is powering the phone with max clocking at 2.2Ghz. Most likely it will have the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 710 chipset. The Octa-core chipset is accompanied with 6GB RAM and built-in native storage is 128GB. It lacks memory expansion support via MicroSD.

A 3,960mAh battery is on board to keep its lights on. As OS the device is pre-installed with Android Pie based ColorOS skin over it. The rear side has dual cameras including 48MP+5MP. Up front the selfie snapper is 32MP. Considering the phone clears TENAA certification, we can expect it will go official soon in coming days.



Oppo PCDM10 / PCDT10 TENAA listing reveals hardware specs and design
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