The Oppo Reno 9 series was launched in November last year, and since Oppo updates its Reno every five to six months, we expect the Reno 10 series to be unveiled this month. The Oppo Reno 10 Pro renders are here and shared by OnLeaks, in collaboration with MySmartPrice.
This time, Oppo is going for a significant design overhaul, with the camera module getting redesigned. The Reno 9 Pro last year had no camera island; instead, all the sensors were placed separately. This year, though, an oval-shaped camera island has the triple camera setup and the LED flash. The design doesn’t look symmetrical, maybe because of the lack of text. But as we know, the Reno series includes some of the most beautiful-looking phones by Oppo, so we expect the same this time.
Oppo Reno 10 Pro has a curved display, the same as last year. There is a hole punch cutout in the center for the selfie camera. The USB Type-C port and the primary speaker grill are on the bottom. The display size is around 6.7 inches, the same as Reno 9 Pro. The phone’s dimensions are 163.2×74.2×7.9mm, and when the camera module is included, the thickness goes up to 10.2mm. The phone is thicker this year than the 7.2mm Reno 9 Pro. So, we expect a bigger battery inside.
Digital Chat Station shared the specifications of an upcoming phone on Weibo, which could be the Reno 10 Pro. The specifications include a 6.74-inch 1.5K 120Hz OLED display with 1440Hz PWM dimming, MediaTek Dimensity 8200 chipset, a 4,600mAh battery, 100W charging, 50MP Sony IMX890 + 8MP Sony IMX355 (UW) + 32MP IMX709 (2X Tele) triple camera setup, a 32MP IMX709 sensor for the selfie camera and up to 16GB RAM.