Oppo is working on a new flagship device that will incorporate its 10x zoom camera tech that was showcased at MWC. This is promised to become official in April, and sport a 4,065 mAh battery. It will be powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset, and guess what?

A mysterious Oppo device with that exact SoC has showed up at AnTuTu. Its model number is OP46C3, but it’s sneakily identifying itself as “R11s”, which it obviously isn’t – that phone was released in November of 2017 and dons a Snapdragon 660.

This is actually the same trick employed by Oppo’s prototype handsets used to showcase…

Source: GSMArena