Some features of OPPO Reno5 series appeared
Some features of the Reno5 series, which is expected to be introduced next December by Oppo, one of the most formidable smartphone manufacturers of recent periods, have emerged. According to what is transferred, there will be three different devices in the series, and each of the devices will receive power from different processors.
China-based technology firm OPPO has recently introduced the Reno4 series, which has attracted great attention in our country. The Chinese company, which has continued its work unabated, will launch its new Reno5 series, apparently holding another launch before it ends this year.
The source of the claims comes from Digital Chat, Weibo’s notorious user of leaks. The family of smartphones, which is supposed to be introduced in December 2020, will consist of three different devices, according to the data transferred. Although the names of these models are not disclosed, it is likely that we will see pro and Lite variants next to the standard model, as in the Reno4 series.
What will Oppo Reno5 offer?
According to the source, OPPO will use the same hole-designed display on all devices that will feature in the series. At this point, the camera hole is located in the upper left corner of the panel, while the Pro model will have a curved design and a higher refresh rate will be preferred on all models.
When we move to the hardware side, the source claims that Reno5 smartphones will get their power from different chipsets, the Snapdragon 765G, Snapdragon 865G and MediaTek dimension 1000. In addition, all models will include 65W fast charging support.
Earlier leaks indicated that one of the Reno5 models would be released with an AMOLED display measuring 6.43 inches and supporting FHD+ resolution. In addition, a quad rear camera setup, led by a 64 MP main camera on the back, is expected to include a 32 MP selfie camera on the front.
The OPPO Reno5 series is expected to be introduced in China next December or in the early days of 2021. We will continue to keep you informed as new details about smartphones emerge. Stay tuned to keep up to date.