The Reno 3 Series will be launched on December 26th, but before the official launch, the domestic digital blogger smh.com.au shared a photo of the 4G version of Reno 3, and you can see that the top still features a drop screen design, with a 2.2GHz MediaTek MT6885 processor, 8GB of memory and 128GB of built-in storage on the top.
The opportunity is expected to be pre-installed with an Android 10 custom ColorOS 7 operating system, complemented by an eight-core Qualcomm SnapDragon 765G SoC, 8GB of RAM, and 128GB ROM. In addition to supporting 5G networking, it also delivers outstanding gaming performance.
The entry-ready Reno 3 features a smaller 6.4-inch, full HD-plus display, which doesn’t feature a punched screen, but a small LiuHai gap for the 16MP front. Like the pre-order product, the machine also uses a quick-recognized off-screen fingerprint sensor. The Reno3 will be equipped with the MediaTek Dimensity 1000L 5G chip (the world’s first) and reports that the MediaTek Dimensity 1000L processor uses the TSMC N7P process, consisting of a quad-core A77 plus quad-core A55, with the GPU Mali-G77.
Sources pointed out that the Dimensity 1000L was slightly lower than the flagship SOCDimensity 1000, the CPU large core main frequency dropped to 2.42GHz, the number of GPUs from the Dimensity 1000 MC9 to the MC7, and the main frequency speed was also reduced. It is worth noting that OPPO Vice President Shen Yiren revealed that the Reno3 uses a 360-degree surround antenna design, so that both horizontal and vertical grip can maintain signal stability, games, video does not drop.
The Reno 3 Pro has a 4025 mAh battery built in and is available in white, blue, red, and black colors, weighing less than 180 grams. The back of the body is equipped with a quad module, a combination of 48MP master camera, 13MP five-fold optical zoom sub-camera, 8MP ultra-wide angle, 2MP depth sensor.