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Oppo Reno 3 5G is confirmed to launch on December 26 in China

11 December 2019 0

Oppo has been teasing its Reno 3 series quite actively and sharing some key details as well. Adding to them are some of the leaks and rumors that are giving us more details. But the launch date of the series was not confirmed, though it was known December could be the month. Well, now, the company itself has confirmed that the Reno 3 series 5G phones will launch on December 26 in China.

According to the post made on Weibo by the company, the Reno 3 will arrive in Hangzhou, China. The post does not include any further details, but you do have access to several other details, thanks to some official teasers, leaks, and tips. Speaking of an official splurge, the company has already confirmed that the Reno 3 will come with a built-in 5G integrated chips that support SA/NSA dual-mode 5G networks.

Taking a quick recap on the specifics of the Reno 3 series, you would know that it includes two models – Reno 3 and the Reno 3 Pro. While the Reno 3 will come with a mid-range Snapdragon 765G processor, the Pro model will use a MediaTek 5G chip. Also, Reno 3 will equip waterdrop-style notch and the Pro model will have a punch-hole on the display.

The Reno 3 Pro is said to be equipped with a quad rear camera setup where the primary sensor is 48MP accompanied by an 8MP telephoto lens, a 13MP ultrawide lens, and a 2MP sensor. The device is also said to be including the 30W fast charge support.

The Reno is said to feature a 6.5-inch curved FHD+ OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. According to TENAA, in terms of body thickness, the Reno 3 Pro is 7.7mm while the Reno 3 body thickness is 7.96mm.



Oppo Reno 3 5G is confirmed to launch on December 26 in China
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