Transfers the alleged OPPO Reno3 datasheet to Weibo which apparently will have a 90Hz screen, 5G connectivity, 60MP camera.
OPPO has unveiled the latest smartphones from the Reno series, the Reno2, at the end of August and seems to be already working on the third generation, the OPPO Reno3. The OPPO Reno3 devices are the protagonists of a leak concerning their alleged technical data sheet, which emerged on Weibo. Although this is preliminary information, so probably not 100% accurate, it is plausible to think that OPPO is really thinking about a 90Hz screen, dual-mode 5G connectivity, an enhanced camera, and a faster charging mode.
OPPO Reno3: Technical Specifications
According to what emerged on Weibo, the OPPO Reno3 will be equipped with a 6.5 “AMOLED panel with 1,080 x 2,400 px resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. They are the same size and resolution as the Reno2, of which it also preserves the in-display fingerprint reader.
On the back, it seems we will find a quadruple sensor camera Sony IMX686 to 60 MP. There will also be a 5x telephoto lens with hybrid zoom, plus an ultra-wide sensor and a black and white sensor.
It is unclear whether the OPPO Reno3 will also retain the shark fin design, or resort to another type of pop-up camera, or have the selfie camera on the front with a perforated display, or notch, or even the innovative camera under screen. In any case, according to the leaked specifications, the front camera will feature a Samsung Bright GD1 32 MP sensor.
The battery promises ample autonomy with a capacity of up to 4,500 mAh and will support rapid charging of 30 W thanks to VOOC 4.0 (5V to 6A). However, there will be no wireless charging, although the back is made of Gorilla Glass (the frame will be made of aluminum in the 6000 series).
Under the OPPO Reno3 shell, there will be the Snapdragon 735 chipset combined with 8 GB of RAM and integrated UFS 2.1 memory of 128 GB or 256 GB.
The technical data sheet also mentions the possible prices of the OPPO Reno3, which will cost approx 520 USD although the prices of the global versions are usually higher) depending on the memory configuration. No anticipation on release times.