OPPO A16 Certified in Multiple Markets; Features 5000 mAh Battery and ColorOS 11

Faisal Rasool

OPPO is soon coming out with a new entry-level A-series phone. The A16 was just certified in several markets all over the world. And since its predecessor, the A15, launched in October last year followed by the Oppo A15s just a few months back, the A16 release should be slated in the next quarter too. Let’s take a look at what Oppo is offering.

The American Federal Communications Commission (or the FCC) signed off on the Oppo A16 under the model name “CPH2269.” As per the certification documents, the phone features a 4980 mAh battery and the latest ColorOS based on Android11. The chip isn’t specified, but it’s standard 4G silicon.

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OPPO A16 was also approved by Singaporean, Chinese, and Indian certification authorities. Other than confirming the name, the listings also point out the charging specifications. Much like the A15, the A16 charging power is also capped at 10W.

No word on the Oppo mobile price yet. A schematic of the A16 attached with the FCC documents shows rounded edges and a rectangular camera strip. That’s all the details we gleaned from these certificates, but the A15 can be a guide to more possible A16 specs.

To review, the A15 runs on the Helio P35, joined by 2GB/3GB of memory and 32GB of storage. It features a side-facing thumbprint reader, a slot for storage expansion, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. 

The display is a 6.52” IPS LCD that delivers a 720P resolution. Three cameras — a 13MP wide lens, a 2MP macro sensor, and a 2MP depth-mapping sensor — make up the rear camera setup. For selfies, the OPPO A16 has a generic 5MP camera.


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