Oppo released the K9 5G in May, followed by a Pro model last month. We have heard that the business would introduce a new member to the lineup, branded Oppo K9s, on October 20.
The K9s’ design is confirmed by a poster posted by Oppo on Weibo. Its back panel is similar to the K9 Pro’s, and it has a triple camera system with a 64MP camera at the center.
While Oppo hasn’t released the K9s’ full specifications, we do know that it will include the Snapdragon 778G SoC, 6GB/8GB RAM, 128GB storage, 120Hz screen with 6-level refresh rates, X-axis linear motor, 4D vibrations, and three colour variations, thanks to Chinese retailer JD.com. The K9s is said to have a 6.59″ FHD+ LCD, 5,000 mAh battery, 30W charging, and a fingerprint scanner on the side. The 16MP selfie camera will be joined by 8MP and 2MP units on the back, and the 64MP primary camera will be joined by 8MP and 2MP units on the front.
The smartphone will be 8.52mm thick, weigh 199 grammes, and contain a 3.5mm headphone port.