OPPO is expected to launch the new Reno3 series after Christmas, on December 26th. The Reno3 is believed to be equipped with the first-ever 5G MediaTek SoC while the Reno3 Pro is expected to sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset that comes with a 5G Snapdragon X52 modem.

The OPPO Reno3 Pro has been listed in the company’s official website and it’s revealed the color and memory options. There’s an option for 12GB RAM + 256GB storage and 8GB RAM + 128GB storage, although notably missing is the third option which previous reports point to a 12GB RAM + 128GB storage variant.


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Color options available include Misty White, Moonlight Black, Night Sky Blue, and an innovative 3-4 gradient called as Sunrise. This isn’t the first time these photos have surfaced, but we now have a good look on the sides, which reveals the thin body and locations of the power/volume buttons. The image also showed the protruding camera, so we’re hoping that it’s properly protected by a scratch resistant glass.

Live images of the Reno3 Pro has confirmed the position of the front-facing camera on the top left, but we have yet get information regarding the screen. However, since it probably has an in-display fingerprint scanner, it’s very likely that it’s AMOLED and it will have a 90Hz refresh rate.

The OPPO Reno3 series will be the first to debut with the company’s new ColorOS 7 and it will launch alongside the new OPPO Enco Free TWS.

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