It appears that the OPPO A59 which was launched back in June this year will be getting a new variant soon. The new phone which is touted to the OPPO A59s has been certified by the Chinese telecommunication authority also known as TENAA. TENAA has been known for notoriously releasing the key specifications for most of the devices way before their official launch dates, since it is the certifications body which has to be passed through before launching a phone in China.
The OPPO A59s looks awfully similar to the Apple iPhone 6s from the rear while being a lookalike of the OnePlus Two from the front. We wouldn’t call it bad looking, but your preferences may differ.
The listing also reveals that the hands will be powered by an Octa-Core running at 1.5 GHz which would probably be a MediaTek offering. It also features a 5.5 inch HD display along with 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. The battery is big enough at around 3000 mAh, 2980 to be precise.
The TENAA listing also suggests that the OPPO A59s will be running Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box which will probably be skipped with Oppo’s own custom UI.