Oppo A58 4G Variant Emerges; Multiple Certifications Hint at Imminent Global Launch

Sohail Akhtar

In the realm of tech media, secrets/mysteries often tantalize enthusiasts. One such enigma was the often rumored Oppo phone with the cryptic model number CPH2577. The device has managed to secure approvals from various regulatory bodies leaving crumbs about its true identity.

The mysterious phone shall henceforth be known as the OPPO A58 4G, as confirmed by its appearance in Thailand's NBTC certification database. Let's take a moment to recap the journey of this enigmatic device. Last year, Oppo unveiled the Oppo A58 5G and Oppo A58x 5G models in China.

The CPH2577 Oppo phone, which has been making waves across certification websites, is merely the 4G version of the Oppo A58. While the TKDN, BIS, TUV Rheinland, and NBTC certifications have kept their lips sealed regarding specific details, the FCC has graciously divulged some key specifications.

According to the FCC documents, the Oppo A58 (4G) measures a svelte 7.99mm depth-wise and tips the scales at 191 grams. Powering the device is a hefty 5,000mAh battery, which brings the added convenience of 33W fast charging support. The Oppo price list includes both high-end and mid-range devices, giving customers plenty of options to choose from.

Furthermore, we've discovered that the Oppo A58 will come preloaded with the latest Android 13 operating system, accompanied by the intuitive ColorOS 13.1 interface. Rumors suggest the device will bear 4G connectivity with a 4G-enabled processor inside.  

While the finer details of the phone remain out of reach, the plethora of certifications obtained by the device suggests that the official launch will occur in markets like Indonesia and Thailand. Stay tuned for more updates as we eagerly await the brand's official announcement.


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