The OPPO PDAM10 that recently had a new log on TENAA has now received some fresh images on the certification database today. Yesterday’s entry pretty much put out all the vital specifications of the phone and now the design aspect has also been revealed. However, we have yet to see what marketing label this handset will be sold under when it eventually launches in China.
Coming to the new images, let’s just say it’s pretty much a typical 2020 mid-range design. As I’ve said earlier, it has been a very lacklustre year, as far as smartphone exteriors and looks go. You have the rectangular camera cutout placed on the top left corner where three cameras and a flash sensor is visible. The front has a single hole-punch and there’s no visible fingerprint reader. This handset here has a White gradient hue to it and there will be a couple more shades to choose from, very likely. It’s almost like a copy paste of the OnePlus 8 Lite design except the camera cutout on that one is narrower than the OPPO phone.
In terms of specifications, OPPO PDAM10 is driven by an octa-core SoC which is clocked at 2.0 GHz. It has an option of either 6GB/ 8GB of RAM and 64GB/ 128GB onboard storage space. The triple camera, which consists of a 48MP main sensor tells us that this is a low-end mid-range phone from OPPO. And last but not least, a big 4,880mAh battery will keep the hamster wheel running for this unreleased handset.