Oppo is preparing for the launch of its new smartphones under the ‘Reno’ product line, and we already know a lot about the upcoming phone(s). It is most likely that we would have more than one device launching on April 10th as a lot of sources hint towards a standard edition, i.e., a mid-ranger and a high-end one. Today, the company’s Vice President, Brian Shen, posted a few Oppo Reno camera samples that show the kind of pictures that the 48 Megapixel camera can click.
The pictures were posted on Weibo by Brian with the caption that says – “Photographed by Reno Standard Edition.” So, this pretty much confirms that there isn’t only one phone launching on April 10th. The Standard Edition that Brian mentioned is the one having a dual camera setup on the rear and a unique swivel pop-up camera mechanism (the case renders revealed this).
The primary rear camera is a 48 Megapixel Sony IMX 586 sensor, and we have already seen this camera sensor on a lot of phones. Brian said that all the above Oppo Reno Camera Samples are straight from the camera and not post-processed.
The Oppo Reno has a Snapdragon 710 processor, a bezel-less 6.4-inch FHD+ display with around 93% screen-to-body ratio, VOOC Charge 3.0, 3,680mAh battery and more.