Recently, FCC certified another Oppo phone that offers dual-SIM support, more precisely the Oppo A11w. This device is a entry-level one that brings a polycarbonate case and pretty average specs in the package. Unfortunately, the FCC certification didn’t revealed any information about its hardware.



In case you remember, Oppo R7 showed up at first on the web as A11w, but as it seems this name is destined to another device. From what we found out looking on FCC documents, Oppo A11w passed the Wireless LAN, Bluetooth and GSM 900/1800 tests.

We notice that the phone comes with a speaker at the bottom, two SIM slots, and a main camera accompanied by LED flash. We might get some specs like a 4.7 inch display, a 5-megapixel rear camera, quad-core CPU from Mediatek and Android operating system. According to the FCC certification, Oppo A11w is designed for the Asian market.


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