Now, the official TENAA listing of the OPPO Reno3 smartphone has revealed that the device will have a 6GB+128GB model on top of the current 8GB+128GB and 12GB+128GB variants.
As of now, there is still no words on it’s official availability. However, we do expect it to go on sale before Chinese New Year.
This device will be the most affordable model in the Reno3 family, and is likely to come with a price tag of around 2,999 Yuan (US$429) to 3,199 Yuan (US$457).
Although the OPPO Reno3 isn’t the cheapest 5G smartphone in the market, but it do offers loads of impressive features and specs which make your money worth.
The OPPO Reno3 is driven by the latest Mediatek’s Dimensity 1000L SoC which comes with an integrated 5G modem capable of supporting both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes.
It also offers a so-called 360 degrees antennas design which helps to ensure optimal connectivity for users regardless how the device was held. This is especially useful when it comes to gaming as it will help to prevent frame drops caused by random disconnection.
On the rear panel, there is a quad-camera setup which comprises of a 64 megapixels main snapper, an 8 megapixels ultra wide lens, a 2 megapixels macro lens, as well as a 2 megapixels monochrome sensor.
Under the hood, the device is also fueled by a 4,025mAh battery which supports the latest VOOC 4.0 Flash Charge technology.