Oppo Fold takes a trip to Geekbench with a Snapdragon 888, 12 GB of RAM and Android 11 as camera specifications leak
Oppo has not launched its first foldable smartphone yet, but it appears to be getting closer to doing so. Earlier this month, the Chinese Ministry for Industry and IT (MIIT) certified the device, confirming its model number PEUM00. Supposedly, Oppo will unveil the foldable smartphone during INNO WORLD, scheduled for December 14 and December 15.
While Oppo is yet to drop any teasers about the smartphone, PEUM00 has turned up at Camera FV-5 and on Geekbench. As the screenshot below shows, PEUM00 has 12 GB of RAM and runs Android 11. Additionally, Geekbench describes the device as having a 'lahaina' motherboard, Qualcomm's codename for the Snapdragon 888. Oppo has reserved the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 for another flagship smartphone for one reason or another.
Meanwhile, Camera FV-5 describes PEUM00 as having a 12.6 MP primary camera and an 8.1 MP front-facing camera. As @stufflistings notes, these are only effective resolutions, though. Assuming 4-in-1 pixel binning for both cameras, this would mean that PEUM00 has a 50 MP primary camera and a 32 MP front-facing one. For reference, both resolutions tally with comments made last month by Digital Chat Station.
Oppo's foldable smartphone is expected to feature an 8-inch display when unfolded, likely a 120 Hz panel. The device should have an outer display as well, along with a third display that could resemble a ticker-tape, akin to Microsoft's attempt with the Surface Duo 2.