With the recent announcement of the Oppo Find X2 series, Oppo seems to be working on a new set of A series devices, with the Oppo A52 & A92 appearing on the Google Play Console listings.
The Oppo mid-range phones are rumoured to have the Snapdragon 665 keeping things ticking, with displays sporting a 1080 ×2400 resolution and a 20:9 aspect ratio. The listings also appear to show the Oppo A52 with 6GB RAM and the A92 with 8GB of RAM.
Both Oppo devices share a number of specifications and would both run an Android 10 (ColorOS7) out of the box. These listings come just after reports say that the company will bring a high-end device in the Oppo Ace 2 to the market soon.
For the time being, there are no renders or images of the upcoming Oppo devices, but it is believed that we will be seeing a bit of those in the coming weeks. Oppo have made a strong start to the year in spite of the coronavirus pandemic, releasing a number of devices at different ends of the smartphone spectrum from entry-level devices to high-end devices.
There is also no official word from the company regarding the pricing or availability of these smartphones when they eventually hit the markets.