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OPPO is slated to launch the K7x, a new phone with affordable 5G specs, in November 2020

The probable OPPO K7x. (Source: TENAA)
The probable OPPO K7x. (Source: TENAA)
Recently, an upcoming OPPO device with a pleasant dark blue finish and quad rear cameras appeared on the Chinese regulator TENAA's website. Subsequent leaks indicate that it is the K7x 5G, a 90Hz display device slated to launch on November 4, 2020 in the same country. It is set to run on the Dimensity 720 SoC, up to 8GB of RAM and a 5000mAh battery.

Recently, a heretofore-unknown OPPO phone called the K7x 5G has been teased on prior to its November 4, 2020 launch. The hype-page confirmed this detail, while also showing an image of the upcoming device. It appears to match those of the PERM00, which had just been approved by TENAA.

This certification shows a mobile device with a navy-blue rear panel that also has a stripe in a contrasting texture running down one side, in the manner of some newer Realme phones. On that note, it seems that this K7x is set to share a Dimensity 720 processor with the V3, another China-only release.

However, it is possible that the K7x may be in a slightly higher tier on its own launch. It may have 6 to 8GB of RAM, as with the X3, but also lacks any sign of the waterdrop notch from that pre-existing phone. JD has also let slip that its 6.5-inch display will be FHD+, and is to be 90Hz on top of that.

According to TENAA, it may have up to 256GB of internal storage and will run Android 10. It also has quad rear cameras with a 48MP main shooter - all of which is also seen in the Realme V5, in fact. Therefore, this OPPO K7x may well be priced at around the US$200 mark on its debut.


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-10-31 (Update: 2020-10-31)