RANCAH POST – After appearing on the TENAA authority website last August, the Oppo K9 Pro is confirmed to be launching at the end of this month in China. Known in advance, brother Oppo K9 it appears on TENAA with the model number PEYM00.
Reported from Gizmochina, Saturday (11/09/2021), a device with the same model number has now also appeared on the China Telecom website.
The China Telecom database reveals that the PEYM00 will be introduced under the commercial name Oppo K9 Pro. There is even a description that reveals that this phone will be released on September 24.
This smartphone is said to carry a 6.43-inch diagonal AMOLED screen that offers a resolution of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels (FHD +), an aspect ratio of 20: 9 and adopts in-screen fingerprint technology.
The Oppo K9 Pro screen adopts a punch hole design in the upper left corner as a container for its selfie camera which uses a 16 MP sensor.
At the back, there is a large rectangular camera module to accommodate three camera lenses and one LED flash.
The three rear cameras are strongly suspected to have a resolution of 64 MP each as the main camera, 2 MP macro and 2 MP depth sensor.
On the inside, this device will rely on the Dimensity 1200 chipset with the Android 11 operating system layered with the latest version of the ColorOS interface.
In terms of RAM and storage memory, the China Telecom database reveals that the K9 Pro will arrive in three models, namely 8 GB RAM + 12 GB ROM, 8 GB RAM + 256 GB ROM and 12 GB RAM + 256 GB ROM.
Meanwhile, the 3C certification site notes that the PEYM00 (Oppo K9 Pro) will be powered by a 4,500 mAh battery that supports 65W fast charging.
All of these specifications are identical to the Realme GT Neo. This is also in accordance with previously circulated leaks where the Oppo K9 Pro is said to be a rebranded version of the Realme GT Neo.
The Oppo K9 Pro is expected to arrive in Glacier Overture, Obsidian Warrior and Neon Silver Sea color options.
Although almost all of the specifications have been revealed, there are still no leaks that discuss the price of the smartphone.