According to the insider Digital Chat Station on Weibo, it seems that there will be three different versions of OPPO Reno 5, all equipped with different chipsets.
A few hours ago, a blogger on Weibo said that all the devices that will be part of the OPPO Reno 5 series will be equipped with the standard for 65 W flash charging. Furthermore, it appears that the devices will sport a flat screen with a high refresh rate and a single camera embedded in a hole. It also seems that there will be three different versions: the first with Snapdragon 765G processor, the second with a MediaTek Dimensity 1000, and the third with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865.
OPPO Reno 5: what to expect?
Previously, we reported that two OPPO models had obtained certification from the well-known Chinese body 3C. From the portal, it was understood that the devices would receive support for the 65W fash charge.
According to the information currently available, OPPO Reno 5 will adopt a 6.43-inch FHD + resolution AMOLED screen. At the same time, it will come with different processors depending on the variants released. Among all, there is an octa-core SoC with a clock frequency of 2.4 GHz. The phone will run – under the body – the Android 11 system out-of-the-box and will be available in various options: 8 GB RAM and 12GB and 128GB and 256GB storage.
On the photographic front, however, a matrix back covers design is expected. The main sensor is expected to feature a 64 Megapixel resolution, there will be an 8 Mpx ultra-wide lens and two 2 Mpx optics. From the front, however, the selfie cam will have a 32 Mega lens.
The battery is marked with a dual cell design, each of which will feature 2100mAh of capacity. In fact, the total should be 4200 mAh. The dimensions of the device instead, should be identical for all iterations: 159.1 × 73.4 × 7.9 mm, while the overall weight would be about 172 grams.
As the name suggests, Reno 5 will also come with the support of 5G connectivity: it is worth noting that, according to TENAA, the display of the device should be flat, while Reno 5 Pro should enjoy a unit with curved profiles, like its predecessors. We’ll see.