At the end of August, Oppo launched the Reno2 phones and may already be dreaming of the third generation. An alleged spec sheet has appeared on Weibo for the Oppo Reno3 and although it may not be 100 percent correct, it offers a 90Hz display, 5G dual mode compatibility, better camera range and faster charging.
The mobile features a 6.5 “AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1,080x 2,400px and a refresh rate of 90Hz. This is the same size as the Reno2. The fingerprint reader in the display has been preserved.
On the back, the quad camera gets bumped up to a Sony IMX686 60MP sensor. A 5x telephoto lens (hybridzoom, by its sound), plus an ultra-wide and a black-and-white sensor will be available.
It is not clear if the shark fin model or any other form of pop-up camera will be used by the Oppo Reno3. This way, a 32MP Samsung Bright GD1 sensor will be available.
Thanks to VOOC 4.0 (5V at 6A), the battery is that to 4,500mAh capacity and will achieve 30W fast charging. Given the Gorilla Glass back (the frame will be made of aluminum 6000-series) there will be no wireless charging.
A Snapdragon 735 chipset attached to 8 GB of RAM with thermal paste and a graphite layer for heat removal will power the device. UFS 2.1–128 GB and 256 GB of it will be stored.
Depending on the memory configuration, the Reno3 will cost CNY 3,300/3,600 (that’s about $475/$520 or € 430/€465, though global prices will be higher than that), according to the sheet. When the mobile could be launched, there’s no news on.