Oppo Reno 8T spotted on Geekbench with MediaTek Helio G99 SoC
The Oppo Reno 8T, a smartphone in the Reno 8 series, is anticipated to go on sale soon. The model number CPH2481 for the Reno 8T was previously discovered on the SIRIM certification website. More recently, the Oppo Reno 8T was spotted on the Geekbench benchmark database. According to reports, Oppo plans to release more phones in the Reno 8 series before launching the Reno 9 lineup.
In the coming weeks, the company may unveil the Reno 8T 4G and Reno 8T 5G globally, according to reports. A recent report also revealed that the upcoming Reno 8T will have a model number of CPH2481, and a similar device has now been featured on the benchmarking site Geekbench.
Geekbench listing for OPPO Reno 8T 4G
According to Geekbench’s database, the OPPO Reno 8T 4G has a MediaTek chip. The source code indicates that it is powered by the Helio G88 chipset, which is listed in the CPU and GPU details. The device runs Android 13 OS and is paired with 8 GB of RAM. In the single-core test, it scored 554 points and in the multi-core test, it scored 1873 points.
According to reports, the Reno 8T has received certification from several organizations including TDRA, Bluetooth SIG, Elements Materials Technology (EMT), TKDN (Indonesia), SIRIM (Malaysia), BIS (India), and EEC (Europe). These certifications confirm that the device will use ColorOS 13 and Bluetooth 5.3, and will offer 33W of rapid charging.
Based on these specifications, the Reno 8T is likely to be a mid-range handset. In related news, the Reno 8T 5G with model number CPH2505 has also received approval from IMDA (Singapore), TKDN (Indonesia), BIS (India), and EEC (Europe). However, no details of these listings have been made public.
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