OPPO F21s Pro Series Design and Specs Confirmed Through Dummy Models

In April 2022, OPPO unveiled the OPPO F21 Pro 4G and OPPO F21 Pro 5G smartphones. After 5 months, the company is now preparing for the launch of their refreshed “S” versions, the OPPO F21s Pro 4G and OPPO F21s Pro 5G. The brand has not yet confirmed the launch dates of the phones, but we expect them to be revealed soon.

OPPO has setup a landing page on its official website and Amazon. The page mentions highlights of the phone including the ‘Microlens‘ camera with 30X magnification, essentially a combination of Macro + Telescope for capturing close Macro shots with the help of added zoom. There’s also a 64MP triple-camera setup, ‘Orbit Light‘ around cameras, ‘Glow Design‘, and two color options: Dawnlight Gold and Starlight Black.

Today we have dummy images of OPPO F21s Pro 4G and OPPO F21s Pro 5G phones. The dummy phones confirms few specs of the phone and give a better idea about the overall design of the devices.

OPPO F21s Pro 4G and OPPO F21s Pro 5G specs:

As per the images below and the thumbnail featured in this article, the OPPO F21s Pro 4G and 5G will share very similar specs. Upfront, the phones will share what will likely be an AMOLED display with a punch-hole cutout located at top left side. 

The OPPO F21s Pro 4G will have a rectangular island layout for cameras with two cameras and flash placed inside it. “AI 64MP Sensor” can be seen written on the camera bump. On the other hand, the OPPO F21s Pro 5G will skip the camera island, and instead will have two big protruding lenses and one small lens aligned with the flash.

Both phones will share a 64MP Primary camera. The F21s Pro 4G will use a Single Orbit Light, and the F21s Pro 5G will use Dual Orbit Lights. For selfies, the F21s Pro 4G will be equipped with 32MP Sony IMX709 sensor.

The duo will support 33W SUPERVOOC fast charging. The devices will launch in 8GB RAM configuration and will come with 5GB Extended RAM feature. Other than this, we can confirm that the phones will use a 3.5mm headphone jack, under-display fingerprint scanner, USB-Type C port and a Flat frame design reminiscent of recent iPhones.

Sudhanshu Ambhore
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