16 July 2019
Oppo appears to have a new phone to add to its Reno smartphone series. Dubbed as the Reno Z, the phone has a little different design compared to what the Standard Reno device holds. Alleged press render and the specifications of the device have surfaced online and they try to tell us what to expect.
The new Oppo Reno appears to skip on the side-swivel pop-up front camera and it rather has a waterdrop-style notch that accommodates the selfie camera. As you would see, the design of the device looks similar to the device tweeted by the tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore a few days back. The leaked Reno device is flaunting the same gradient finish with tones of blue and purple, while a vertical strip with Oppo branding runs across the middle of the rear panel.
The leaked specifications accompanying this render tell the phone packs dual rear cameras, but the image shows three sensors, with the third one above the LED flash appearing to be a ToF camera. According to the leaks aggregator site, Slashleaks where the specifications and image have appeared, the Reno Z is powered by the MediaTek P90 processor. Again, this info further corroborates the earlier leak, shared by Ambhore, thus confirming that the Reno Z is going to be the first device powered by MediaTek Helio P90 SoC. Later, Ambhore also confirmed to Gadgets360 that the device in question might well be the Oppo PCDM10 that was spotted on TENAA earlier this month.
According to rest of the listed specs, the Reno Z is tipped to sport the 48MP primary rear camera assisted by a 5MP depth sensor. The details on the third sensor are unknown but the selfie camera holds a 32MP sensor. The display is touted to be a 6.4-inch full HD + AMOLED panel with a resolution of 2340x1080 pixels that will be kept lit by a 3,950mAH battery, but there’s no word on support for wireless charging.
The upcoming Oppo phone is tipped to offer 256GB of internal storage and will reportedly be priced at CNY 2,699. There is no word as to when the Oppo Reno Z will go official.