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OPPO Reno 10 Pro+ Schematic Leaked, Here’s How it Will Look

Last month, OPPO unveiled the OPPO Reno 9 series of smartphones in China. The next generation of Reno models is expected to launch by mid-2023. Tipster Digital Chat Station has been gradually spilling information about the alleged Reno 10 Pro+. It appears that the tipper has now shared a schematic of the smartphone.

The image shows that the alleged Reno 10 Pro+’s display has a punch-hole in the centre. The screen seems to be integrated with a fingerprint scanner.

In the comments section, the tipster mentioned that it supports a 1.5K resolution. The device is likely to support a refresh rate of 120Hz. On the left side of the device are the volume buttons, and its opposite edge is fitted with a power key.

Alleged OPPO Reno 10 Pro+ design
Alleged OPPO Reno 10 Pro+ design | Source

The alleged Reno 10 Pro+ can be seen sporting a different camera island as compared to the Reno 8 series and Reno 9 series. Speculations are rife that it has a Sony IMX890 50-megapixel camera and a Sony IMX355 ultra-wide camera, which are also available on the Reno 9 and 9 Pro.

However, the purported Reno 10 Pro+ can also be seen sporting a periscope zoom camera. There is no word on the megapixel count of the lens, but it is speculated to offer up to 2x optical zoom.

The alleged Reno 10 Pro+ is likely to be powered by a high-end chipset. The device is said to arrive with a 4,700mAh dual-cell battery. The other details of the device are yet to be revealed.

The Find X6 and X6 Pro are both expected to feature a periscope zoom camera. In another Weibo post, the tipster claimed that, apart from the Find X6 series, there are two other OPPO phones that are going to feature a periscope zoom camera. It can be said based on recent rumours that one of them could be the Reno 10 Pro+.


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