An Oppo device with model designation CPH2203 was certified by Singapore's IMDA about two weeks ago, which we now know is the Oppo A94 as the smartphone has bagged NBTC certification.
The Thai certifying authority reveals the A94 will be a 4G smartphone, but other than that, it doesn't divulge anything.
However, the A94 has also been certified by China's CQC, revealing 30W charging in the process.
We also saw CPH2205 on Geekbench with a Helio P95 SoC, 6GB RAM, and Android 11, which is believed to be a variant of the A94.
The CPH2205 has been certified by FCC and its schematic hints at a side-mounted fingerprint reader, meaning the smartphone could pack an LCD panel. One of the documents in the FCC listing reveal the screen will measure about 6.2" diagonally.