OPPO A95 4G Benchmarked on Geekbench; Coming Soon to Pakistan With MediaTek Chip

Faisal Rasool

Oppo is soon revisiting the Oppo A95 series with a new LTE edition. The sources have yet to make it official, but the A95 4G keeps popping up in public certification databases. Most recently, a popular cross-platform benchmark signed off on the Oppo A95 4G. Our sources confirm the phone will also land in Pakistan in November.

You can find the Oppo A95 4G listed on the Geekbench database under the model number “CPH2356.” The system details included in the scorecard specify the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 chipset for the phone. 

It’s an entry-level mobile platform featuring an octa-core CPU that peaks at 2.02GHz. You get 8GB of memory and the latest Android11-based ColorOS running on this hardware. Oppo A95 4G hits 312 points when working on a single core and manages 1274 points when engaging all cores. The last-gen A94 4G scores 388 and 1547 points on its tests, respectively. So performance has taken a dip since the predecessor came out in Spring this year.

From the previous public listings, we learn that Oppo's new model 2021 runs on a 5000 mAh battery. It's supported by 33W charging. Plus, the build includes a 3.5mm audio jack. 

Other details are still unclear. But if the Oppo A95 4G is built on the predecessor, we could be looking at an OLED screen and a 32MP front camera. The quad-camera would feature 48MP wide and 8MP ultra-wide lenses. Oppo A95 4G has also surfaced on NBTC, FCC, TKDN, and CQC databases, hinting at an upcoming launch.


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