The Oppo Reno3 line comes on December 26 and we know that there will be a Pro version with 5G and curved edges on the screen. In addition, there will be a hole for the selfie camera in the upper left corner, unlike the usual Reno3, which has a flat screen and a waterdrop notch.
Today, the company updated its kettle on the new mobile homepage and announced that the Oppo Reno3 has a 1000L Dimensity modem that supports 5G and is produced by Mediatek.
The presence of a Mediatek modem means that this phone also has a chipset from a Taiwanese semiconductor company. Rumors indicate that MT6885, which has been compared with AnTuTu, reached 379,839.
The Oppo Reno3 is expected to be a cheaper alternative to the Reno3 Pro, but it will still have a good trend that complements settings with four cameras. The main shooter will likely be 64 MP, while the entire device will be less than 8mm thick and has a 4.025mAh battery.
Whether Oppo will release a non-5G mobile version, we will probably find out in two weeks during the official launch.