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[UPDATE – Hands-on Image] Oppo Reno4 posters reveal the new camera setup design

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UPDATE – MAY 24TH – The hands-on image of the Oppo Reno4 is now circulating on Weibo that reveals the rear design once again. We can also see the “Reno Glow” branding on the back.


The Oppo Reno3 Series launched in China in December last year, and now, Oppo is all set to unveil the Reno4 Series. Today, a couple of posters of the Oppo Reno4 revealed the new camera setup design. Compared to the rear design of Reno3, the design is completely different this time, and maybe Oppo wanted to highlight the cameras on this device, and that’s why the design is new for the camera setup this time.

The poster shows a Quad camera setup on the rear & the three camera sensors are huge compared to the fourth one. We have already seen a similar bold design last year when Apple launched the iPhone 11 series. To no surprise, this is going to be a 5G phone from Oppo. Also, the poster reveals that there is Super Night SSne Video, 65W fast charging support & New Generation Video Stabilization (Translated from Chinese).

Another interesting thing is that on the rear, we can see the “Glow” branding. In April, Oppo filed a new trademark European Union Intellectual Property Office for “Reno Glow”. At the moment we don’t know what “Glow” refers to. It could be related to cameras since that’s the main USP of Oppo Reno4.

Well, we don’t yet know when the Reno4 is launching, but the launch might happen pretty soon now that these posters have surfaced online.

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