The OPPO Reno3 smartphone series will be officially announced on December 26th this month. As it’s name suggests, the Reno3 will be the third iteration of the successful Reno smartphone series and will be coming with significant upgrades to the current Reno2 lineup.
After having our first look at the OPPO Reno3 Pro’s official render this week, we’re now treated to it’s live images as well. Seen above, the Reno3 Pro will come with a hole-punched display with minimal bezels along its two sides. The curves along it’s edges are pretty obvious and we could see a volume rocker located on the left side.
Towards the left of the image, there is also a vernier caliper which revealed that the device has a slim profile measuring just 7.7mm – making it the slimmest 5G smartphone in the market. This measurement of course, doesn’t takes into account the slight protrusion of it’s quad-camera setup on the back panel.
Moving on to it’s rear design, the Reno3 Pro will employ a vertical module to house it’s quad-camera setup which is said to have a 64 megapixels main snapper. The Blue iridescent colorway which we sees here will be one of the four color options that will be available for the device. Furthermore, it’s rear panel also seems to utilize a 3D curved design as we could see a rather pronounced curvature towards the left and right edges.
In terms of internals, the OPPO Reno3 Pro will be driven by the latest Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765 SoC which has an integrated 5G modem capable of supporting standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes. The device will also feature a so-called 360 degrees antennas which could help to ensure optimal connectivity for the users regardless how the device was held.
Under the hood, you’ll be able to find a hefty 4,035mAh battery which is capable of supporting the latest VOOC 4.0 Flash Charge technology.