Oppo Reno was globally announced two weeks ago. A new variant of the device pops up on the Chinese regulatory TENAA with a bigger selfie camera and slightly bigger footprint.
The phone with codenams PCDM10 and PCDT10 has an octa-core CPU, maxed out at 2.2 GHz. This could be the same chip as in the Oppo Reno – Snapdragon 710. RAM + storage are 6+128 GB, while the main dual camera remains 48 MP + 5 MP, while the selfie shooter is upgraded to 32 MP.
The screen remains 6.4” OLED panel with Full HD+ resolution. The new power cell is listed as 3,950 mAh, which is over 10% improvement from the regular Reno but isn’t enough to compete with the Reno 10x zoom and the Reno 5G variant.
The new addition to the Reno portfolio is a message that Oppo clearly is relying on the new series to make an impact on the smartphone market.