Oppo A77s gathers certifications in preparation for a global launch. In June, Oppo unveiled the A77 with 5G connection, then in August, the LTE-only model. The family is expanding with the addition of a third phone, which is getting ready for a truly worldwide debut after receiving certification in three distinct countries on three different continents—Thailand, India, and the European Union.
Oppo A77s gathers certifications in preparation for a global launch
The device carries the model number CPH2473, and the name of the A77 was also released by NBTC, Thailand’s regulating body for broadcasting and communications. The same device is legal to use in the EU, and we also learned that it will come with Color OS 12.1, which probably means that Android 12 is running beneath.
Although the battery’s capacity is unknown, we know it will support VOOC 4.0, which permits 33W speeds, since the chargers have received certification from TUV Rheinland. These certifications indicate that the Oppo A77s is getting ready for launch, and we anticipate finding out additional information, including a date, very soon.