Among the three new phones from Oppo that recently passed through TENAA is the PBCM30, or will be likely known as the Oppo K1. Borrowing hardware elements from the Oppo R17 and R15, the K1. This is good news for those who haven’t gotten their hands on the R17 yet, as the Oppo K1 is predicted to be a cheaper alternative. So far, we only know that it will be powered by a Snapdragon 660 chipset. Other details include a 16MP+2MP dual rear camera partnered with a 25MP selfie camera, and a 6.4” AMOLED display. It’s also noticeable that the K1 doesn’t have a visible fingerprint sensor, which could mean that its sensor is likely to have been placed underneath the screen itself.
The PBCM30 or Oppo K1 is set to be unveiled in less than two weeks from now, so keep your eyes peeled for updates!