Oppo launched three K9 series smartphones this year - vanilla K9, K9s, and K9 Pro. Now it seems the company will add a fourth member to the lineup as an Oppo smartphone with model code PGCM10has been certified by China's TENAA, revealing its design and specs in the process.
The Oppo PGCM10 is built around a 6.5" FullHD+ LCD and packs a 5,000 mAh battery with 33W charging support. It runs Android 11 and has three RAM (4/6/8GB) and two storage (128/256GB) options.
The smartphone has a 16MP selfie shooter on the front, and on the rear is a rectangular camera island, housing one 64MP and two 2MP units. The smartphone's rear panel also has "09-K" written, confirming it is a K9 series device.
The images show that Oppo PGCM10 has the volume rocker and a SIM card slot on the left-side frame, with the power button doubling as a fingerprint scanner positioned on the right.
The Oppo PGCM10 is 8.8mm thick and weighs 191 grams. TENAA doesn't reveal if it will come with a MediaTek or Qualcomm chip at the helm, but it shouldn't be too long before we get a confirmation on that bit.