Oppo took upon itself to introduce three smartphones to the Reno 2 line-up two months ago in China, as the company proceeded on to launch the Oppo Reno Ace flagship phone last month. In accordance with what the latest rumors suggest, it appears as if the Chinese manufacturer is now gearing up to introduce yet another smartphone – going by the name of Reno 3. The major details of the device, with regards to the price and specs have also now been revealed.
The rumored specs
It is reported that the Reno 3 will feature with a 6.5-inch AMOLED display which will have the capabilities to support a full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. The display will probably carry the support for a 90Hz refresh rate and it will also have a fingerprint scanner integrated within.
The rear side of the phone is rumored to feature with a quad-camera setup, which would consist of a 60MP primary sensor, along with an 8MP, 13MP, and finally, a 2MP sensor. As far as the selfie camera is concerned : the speculation indicates that a 32MP sensor will be integrated within for that purpose. Whether or not it will feature with a shark-fin pop-up camera module like the one that we saw in the Reno 2 still remains to be seen. The phone may also go on to make history as it could become the very first from the Chinese manufacturer to feature with a Snapdragon 735 chipset. The Reno 2 on the other hand is equipped with the Snapdragon 730G SoC.
The device may come with eight gigs of RAM and it is quite likely that in China, we will see two variants – one with 128GB of internal storage while the other with 256. It is also likely that we will see a 4000mAh battery within the phone that will keep the lights running, while it is also expected that the device will support 30W VOOC 4.0 fast charging.