OPPO F19s Shows up On Geekbench; Debuting On September 27 with Better Performance and New Colors

Faisal Rasool

Oppo F19s — the upcoming addition to the F19 family — is set to debut on September 27. As we near this release, the phone showed up on Geekbench. Its scorecard features the F19s performance benchmarks and a few system specs. We’ll review both.

You will find the Oppo F19's twin sibling listed on the Geekbench 5 database under the model number ‘CPH2223.’ As specified in the document, the phone runs on the old-gen Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 chipset. It’s an 11nm entry-level platform featuring a max clock speed of 2.0GHz. Paired with it is 6GB of memory and the latest ColorOS 11 built on Android 11.

The OPPO F19s hits 1352 points when engaging multiple cores and 312 points on the single-core tests. To put these numbers into context, the original Oppo F19 manages 1241 and 306, respectively.

Oppo F19s has also been featured in leaked press images. It’s offered in at least two brand new finishes — grainy black and glossy gold. The design of Oppo's new model for 2021 itself is identical to the F19. We’re looking at the same 6.43” hole-punched screen, curved plastic shell, and nondescript camera cluster.

The display is reportedly an AMOLED panel that delivers a 1080P resolution and houses a 16MP front camera. Three lenses, one 48MP wide and two low-res companion cameras make up the rear camera array. You get 128GB of expandable internal storage. It’s all powered by a 5000 mAh battery and 33W quick charging.


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