Here are the photos of Oppo's next bluetooth speaker

Not everyone knows that Oppo, in addition to producing excellent smartphones, it also produces other technological genres. Among these we find those that fall within the scope audio, as headphones e speakers. To be more precise, it is an Oppo branch that produces them: it is always the same company but a branch that only deals with what we will call Oppo Digital. Today we have news that this brand has certified a new one at the FCC speak wireless (therefore bluetooth). This shows a fairly squared design, and does not give the impression of belonging to a high end band. Let's see the pictures together.

A new Oppo bluetooth speaker has just been certified: honestly not very nice ... we hope for quality

The images below were taken from theFCC body and disclosed by a leaker on Twitter. Find all the references at the end of the article. The code name of this article is OBMC03.

With one color poco flamboyant comes with a fairly square shape with physical buttons on the front. These are four and are characterized by a very bleak design, perhaps also due to the coloring. The rightmost button is probably for turn on the device, while scrolling to the left, we see the button to pause

, volumes down e volume up.

In front of it we don't find any frieze and on the contrary, the brand name is positioned on the upper part, where the sound comes from. The photographs also show a power cord: being a wireless device, this is undoubtedly the cable used to recharge the Oppo bluetooth speaker. This is characterized by a type end USB-A and another one USB-C.

There is not much more to say. Given the design and type of construction we assume that this bluetooth speaker belongs to one low cost range of products. We will then see it (if it comes to us) at a quite low price.

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