Following last week’s announcement of color patent renderings of new members of the Reno series, another design patent for OPPO has recently been made public. The patent was filed with the State Intellectual Property Office (CNIPA) on March 3, 2020 and approved on September 4, including 8 product design sketches and 7 unreliable color renderings of OPPO phones.
Like OPPO’s recently launched models, the patented phone has a punched front camera in the upper left corner of the look. According to the patented illustration, the screen border is very narrow and has a graphic design. A special material, which appears to be a honeycomb-structured carbon fiber, is used around the screen to present a bright green/blue color. It gives smartphones a cool and unique look.
You can see a speaker at the top and bottom. The phone has only one physical button, located on the right. Perhaps the function of this button is the power button, in addition, the device may be equipped with a virtual volume button. A two-sided SIM card slot, USB Type-C port, is still available at the bottom, but is not centered.
There’s also an Oreo-shaped raised camera system on the back of the body with four cameras, a design a bit like the Reno Ace 2, but this time the camera lens is significantly larger. On the left is a long, narrow LED flash. In addition, the camera system has been given a special and unique color scheme that should please young people.
Therefore, themedia LetsGoDigital speculated that the machine is most likely a successor to OPPO Reno Ace 2. Equipped with a 6.55-inch screen with a refresh rate of 90Hz, the Ace 2 features a Qualcomm SnapSnapdragon 865 processor that supports 65W fast charging.
The above picture is from https://nl.letsgodigital.org/smartphones/oppo-mobiele-telefoon/