Although OPPO has yet to reveal the official unveiling of their upcoming Reno3 5G smartphone, but we’d already heard a great deal about the device for the past few weeks.
Today, OPPO has even revealed the full design of both the Reno3 and Reno3 Pro – both it’s front and rear panel. In terms of design, there are some distinctive differences between the two devices.
The OPPO Reno3 will arrive with a dew drop-notched for it’s front panel, while the Reno3 Pro on the other hand, will feature a hole-punched display. Both will however, come equipped with a vertical quad-camera module located on the top-level corner of the rear chassis.
Unlike the Reno3, the “Pro” version has a unique Blue-Purple-Orange gradient sheen that changes color when viewed at different angles seen from the video teaser above. According to earlier reports, the Reno3 Pro will come with a slim profile measuring 7.7mm (excluding the lens) and will weighs less than 180g.
The pair had also been confirmed to be driven by the latest Snapdragon 765G SoC which comes with an integrated 5G modem capable of supporting both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes.
The Snapdragon 765 chip also supports advanced AI processing, up to 192 megapixels still images, 4K HDR recordings, as well as a load of other interesting features.
Furthermore, it was also confirmed that the “Pro” version will arrive with a respectable 4,025mAh battery which is said to support the new generation’s 30 VOOC 4.0 fast-charging technology.