OPPO PBDM00 makes it to Geekbench, Snapdragon 845 and 6GB RAM in tow

From what the Geekbench listing says about it, the OPPO PBDM00 looks like the powerful phone.

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A couple of days back, we told you about the OPPO smartphone going by the model number PBDM00. Back then, the phone was found on TENAA. Today, the same phone has been spotted on Geekbench. The Geekbench listing reveals a few of the phone’s specifications. From what the Geekbench listing says about it, the OPPO PBDM00 looks like the powerful phone.

The mysterious OPPO PBDM00

According to the benchmark results, the OPPO PBDM00 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 CPU. The phone has the Adreno 640 GPU under the hood. The mysterious OPPO phone has put a Single-Core score of 2063 and a Multi-Core score of 8113 on the Geekbench. The phone is found running on Android 9 Pie. These specifications of the phone are found running with the help of a 6GB RAM. The phone is likely to have an internal storage of 64GB or 128GB.

The TENAA listing revealed the phone’s dimension to be 157.6×74.6×7.9mm which means it will have a big display. The listing also showed the device to have a 1,800 mAh battery. Considering the specifications shown in the Geekbench results, this battery is unlikely to be there with the flagship-grade smartphone. If the Geekbench specs are real, the phone will definitely have a battery above 3,000 mAh.

As of now, OPPO hasn’t shown any plans of launching a new smartphone. The company just recently launched the F9 and the R17 phones. The R17 is the company’s latest flagship device. Oppo is yet to put its true flagship device in the on-going competition. We are not sure whether this phone is going to be the Chinese phone maker’s top model. For now, we are keeping our eyes on all the happenings regarding this mysterious handset.

Let us know your thoughts on the upcoming OPPO phone. What do you expect from the company? In the meanwhile, don’t forget to stay connected with us.

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