OPPO A92 and A52 will feature Snapdragon 665 SoCs, Google Play Console listing confirms

OPPO is working on two new smartphones in its A-series. The upcoming devices are dubbed as the OPPO A92 and OPPO A52. The former is the successor to last year’s A91 that was available only in China. Previously, the OPPO A92 was spotted on the IMDA certification website with model number OPPO CPH2059, hinting at the smartphone’s imminent launch. Now both the OPPO A92 and A52 have been spotted on the Google Play Console database. The listing reveals some key specifications of the smartphones and there are hardly any differences between the two devices. 


The OPPO A92 will be the successor to the A91 (pictured above)

The OPPO A92 and OPPO A52 are listed with a Snapdragon 665 processor coupled with an Adreno 610 GPU onboard. The processor will be paired with 8GB and 6GB RAM on the A92 and A52 respectively. Both the smartphones will feature FHD+ resolution displays with a 480ppi pixel density. The upcoming devices will run Android 10 out of the box with ColorOS 7 skinned on top. Apart from this, the Play Console listing doesn’t reveal any more information on the OPPO A92 and A52. Specifications like display size, camera and battery capacity are not known yet. 

We can expect the OPPO A92 to come with slightly upgraded specs, as it will likely debut as the successor to the A91. To recall, the A91 is powered by Helio P70 SoC paired with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. The device is backed by a 4,025mAh battery with support for 30W fast charging. The upcoming OPPO A92 has also received BIS certification which further suggests that it could go official in the coming weeks. 

In other news, OPPO has slashed the price of its A9 2020 4GB+128GB variant by Rs 1,000. It is available for purchase at Rs 14,990 instead of the previous price of Rs 15,990. 


Viraj Gawde

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