OPPO Reno8 design revealed through leaked render, may look like OnePlus flagship

Update: China President – Louis Li said that the Reno8 render is fake. However, the rumor mill is expected to reveal more information on the Reno8 series since it is expected to go official at some point in Q2.

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In November 2021, unveiled the Reno7 series of smartphones in China. Now, the Chinese manufacturer seems to be working on the Reno8 lineup. Reliable tipster Digital Chat Station shared an image of a smartphone and claimed that the upcoming Reno8 series will probably like it.

Reno8 series design

The leaked render shared by the tipster shows the Reno8 sporting a flat display with a punch-hole design on the front. The rear-facing camera module fuses with the edge of the Reno8. It includes three cameras and an LED flash.

The Reno8 series seems to be equipped with an in-screen fingerprint scanner. The left spine of the phone features volume up and down buttons, and its right side has a power key.


Reno8 series

The tipster has shared some specs of the Reno8 series phone. It reportedly features a 6.55-inch AMOLED FHD+ display that offers a 20:9 aspect ratio and a 120Hz refresh rate. The rear camera setup of the device has a 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 main camera. Unfortunately, the leak has no information on the cameras, chipset, or battery of the device.

unveiled the Reno6 lineup in May 2021. Hence, there is a possibility that the Reno8 family may go official in May or June this year in China. The lineup may include three models such as the Reno8, Reno8 Pro, and Reno8 Pro+. It appears that the rumor mill will spill more information on the Reno8 lineup’s specifications in the coming days.

In related news, will be launching the OPPO F21 Pro and OPPO F21 Pro smartphones on April 12 in India. The upcoming F-series phones will be accompanied by the Enco Air2 Pro TWS earbuds.


Via: gizmochina.com

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