Oppo is planning to include Oppo A1s smartphone on its A-series. Recently, the Oppo A1s with a model number CPH1925 has cleared its certification from NBTC in Thailand. Previously, the model number CPH1925 also received its certification from other mobile authentication agencies such as TKDN, Bluetooth SIG, Wi-FI Alliance, and EEC.
The NBTC listing has confirmed that the model number CPH1925 would be called Oppo A1s. Additionally, various images of the phone are attached along with the certificate, which gives us an insight into the phone design.
The Oppo A1s will feature a waterdrop-style notch to house the selfie shooter. The dual cameras are placed horizontally at the rear-panel accompanied by an LED flash. There is no fingerprint scanner, which means that there could be a Face Unlock feature on the device for biometric authentication.
Other specifications as per Bluetooth SIG listing includes a 6.1-inch HD+ display, 2.0 GHz MediaTek Octa-core processor and a 4000mAh battery.
The company has not announced anything about this phone, but we can expect that the Oppo A1s will launch soon as it passes the certification from various platforms.