The Oppo A92s was listed by the Global Certification Forum as the “Oppo Reno4 Z 5G” – a model name that is now being confirmed by Thailand’s NBTC. This makes it clear that the phone is considered part of the Reno lineup outside of its domestic market.
With a Dimensity 800 chipset, the phone will join the ranks of 5G-enabled Renos. It boasts a 120Hz screen (though an LCD instead of an AMOLED), however it can’t match the 65W fast charging capabilities of its siblings (doing a standard 18W instead).
This device (under the A92s name) has been available in China since the end of April. There it launched at a price of CNY 2,200 ($320/€270). The global pricing is unknown, but it will clearly be in the mid-range segment.
As for when it might arrive, an Oppo A53 was just silently introduced to the Indian market (under an A-series name), so it could happen at any time really.