Today, OPPO officially announced that on December 26th it will release its own 5G mobile phone Reno3 series in Hangzhou, which is also their first dual-mode 5G phone. According to OPPO’s official announcement, the Reno3 is fully built-in 5G integrated chip, supports the SA/NSA dual-mode 5G network, and from the trailer video, in addition to 5G phones, there will be real wireless headphones.
It is reported that the Reno3 series includes both Reno3 and Reno3 Pro. The Reno3 features an OLED drop screen, the Reno3 Pro uses a dual-surface hole-drilling screen, while the Reno3 features a MediaTek 5G chip and the Reno3 Pro is equipped with a Qualcomm SnapDragon765G chip.
In addition, the Reno3 Pro body is only 7.7mm thick, weighs only 171g, and has a battery capacity of 4025mAh, which is the thinnest dual-mode 5G phone of the same period, without one. In terms of cameras, the Reno3 and Reno3 Pro rear lens configurations are different. The Source said Reno3 posted 64 million four-cameras and Reno3 Pro posted 48 million four-cameras to support OIS optical stabilization.
Currently Reno3 and Reno3 Pro have opened reservations on opPO’s official website, and it is not clear how much they sell.
At OPPO’s Future Technology Conference yesterday, the company’s founder and chief executive, Chen Mingyong, said opPO will invest $50 billion in research and development budgetovers over the next three years, focusing on cutting-edge technologies such as 5G/6G, artificial intelligence, AR, big data, and building core hardware core technologies and software engineering and system capabilities. We must have a “ten years to grind a sword” belief, the courage to step into the research and development of “deep water zone.”