Leaked live images show the OPPO Reno3 and Reno3 Pro
OPPO is prepping up to launch the Reno3 series at an event in China later this month. Over the last couple of weeks, the company has released several teasers about the upcoming devices in the Reno3 series. The teasers, along with a couple of leaks, have revealed key details about the design and specifications of the Reno3 and Reno3 Pro. We already have confirmation from OPPO that the Reno3 Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 765G chip and it will pack in a 4,025 mAh battery.
Both the devices will feature a similar design on the back, with a quad-camera array, a gradient finish, and minimal OPPO branding. We also know that the Reno3 Pro will feature a curved hole-punch display, while the regular Reno3 will feature a flat display with a waterdrop-style notch. OPPO has also released some information about the dimensions of the Reno3 series, with the Pro variant measuring in at just 7.7mm thick, while the non-Pro variant will be 7.9mm thick. And finally, we have evidence that suggests that the regular Reno3 will be powered by MediaTek’s unannounced Dimensity 1000L chip.
This is OPPO Reno3 Pro, light, thin, curved, hole, 90Hz, almost perfect. pic.twitter.com/q0Ez4POhcK
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 19, 2019
Now, leaked images of the Reno3 and Reno3 Pro have surfaced online, giving us our first good look at the upcoming devices. Renowned leakster Ice universe has shared live images of the Reno3 Pro that showcase the more premium of the two devices in all its glory. The images confirm everything that we’ve learned about the devices so far, including the curved hole-punch display, quad-camera setup and gradient finish. The device looks quite impressive and Ice universe has also revealed that it will feature a high refresh rate 90Hz display.
As for the Reno3, live images of the device have surfaced on Weibo that showcase a back panel design reminiscent of the Redmi K20 series. The images also confirm that the device will feature a quad-camera setup, a flat display with a notch, and it will run ColorOS 7 based on Android 10 at launch. As of now, these are all the details we have about the upcoming devices and we expect to learn more as the launch draws closer.