Oppo Reno 12F 5G preps for launch as BIS listing hints at arrival

CPH2637 model number seen on the Bureau of Indian Standards website, claiming a future launch in India
An undated image of Oppo Reno 12F 5G — Oppo
An undated image of Oppo Reno 12F 5G — Oppo

Oppo, a tech manufacturer, is expected to unveil its new smartphone: Oppo Reno 12F 5G soon. The smartphone has not been officially revealed. However, the moniker was noticed on some certification websites.

The listing teased some key specifications of the device and hinted at an early release. The Oppo 12G 5G is likely to join the currently released Oppo Reno 12 timeline that involves a primary and a pro model.

Oppo Reno 12F 5G launch

A TDRA catalogue of the device with the model number Oppo CPH2637 displays that the phone has the nickname Oppo Reno 12F 5G. The model numbers nearly look like those of the Oppo Reno 12 and Reno 12 Pro, which are signified by Oppo CPH2625 and CPH2629. This claims that the apparently Oppo Reno 12F 5G is expected to join the Oppo Reno 12 series.

Moreover, the CPH2637 model number was noticed on the Bureau of Indian Standards website, claiming a future launch in India. However, the list does not mention a moniker or any other expected features of the handset.

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The Oppo Reno 12F 5G is anticipated to launch in India with a different moniker, as the Oppo Reno 11F 5G launched in India as the Oppo F25 Pro 5G.

In addition, the Oppo Reno 12F 5G is shown on the EEC, or the Eurasian Economic Commission, website with the model number CPH2637. This listing did not unveil any details about the smartphone but claimed its eventual availability in European and Asian markets. There are no official details yet about the release timeline for the handset.

Oppo Reno 12F 5G anticipated specifications

According to the report, the Oppo handset with the model number CPH2637 was seen on the Camera FV-5 platform, which supported some camera details of the handset. The device was supported with a 12.5 MP primary rear sensor with f/1.8 aperture and 4.0mm focal length.

Taking pixel binning, a process that mixes adjoining pixels in a picture, into consideration, it is assumed that this could be marketed as a 50 MP main rear camera.