Oppo Find X2 and Realme RMX2061 get Wi-Fi Alliance certification running Android 10


Oppo Find X2

Yesterday, we reported about Oppo Find X2 and Oppo Find X2 smartphones appearance at the NBTC certification database. It confirmed the names and the existence of the Find X2 Pro. Now, the standard Oppo Find X2 has been spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance website, which confirms Android 10. Not only the Find X2, but another Realme device with model number Realme RMX2061 also appeared on the Wi-Fi certification website.

The Realme RMX2061 runs Android straight out the box and probably has RealmeOS running atop. Furthermore, it will operate on 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands, so we believe that it is a mid-range smartphone. Unfortunately, there are not many details about this particular smartphone until the moment.

Starting off with the Realme RMX2061, the device runs Android 10 out of the box. Furthermore, it will operate on 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands, so we can expect it to be a mid-range smartphone. So far, little is known about the Realme RMX2061. Worth noting that this device also got certification at India’s BIS early this month and might be part of the Realme 6 series.

The Oppo Find X bears Oppo CPH2023 model number and also made a visit to Wi-Fi Alliance. As you may expect from a flagship it also features dual-band Wi-Fi. Android 10 is also confirmed, but in counterpart to Realme, it features ColorOS 7. According to rumors, the Find X2 features a 2K display with a 120Hz refresh rate and has Oppo 60W SuperVOOC technology.

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