Oppo will soon release a new LTE edition of the Oppo A95 series. Although the sources have not made it official, the A95 4G has been spotted in public certification databases. A popular cross-platform benchmark recently approved the Oppo A95 4G. According to our sources, the phone will also be available in Pakistan in November.
The Oppo A95 4G can be found in the Geekbench database under the model number “CPH2356.” The Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 chipset for the phone is specified in the system details included in the scorecard.
It’s a low-cost mobile platform with an octa-core CPU that tops out at 2.02GHz. On this hardware, you get 8GB of memory and the most recent Android11-based ColorOS. The Oppo A95 4G scores 312 points when working on a single core and 1274 points when all cores are active. The previous-generation A94 4G receives 388 and 1547 points in its tests, respectively. As a result, performance has declined since the predecessor was released in the spring of this year.
Other specifics are still unknown. However, if the Oppo A95 4G is based on its predecessor, we could see an OLED screen and a 32MP front camera. The 48MP wide and 8MP ultra-wide lenses on the quad-camera would be included. The Oppo A95 4G has also been spotted on NBTC, FCC, TKDN, and CQC databases, indicating an impending launch.
According to previous public listings, Oppo’s new model 2021 is powered by a 5000 mAh battery. It is compatible with 33W charging. A 3.5mm audio jack is also included in the design.