Since the Reno9 series was introduced in November of last year, Oppo has continued to release mid-range Reno devices every two years. The introduction of the future Reno10 series is rapidly approaching. China-based sources claim that this will also include three devices: the Reno10, Reno10 Pro, and Reno10 Pro+.
The chipsets used by the first two have been revealed today, along with a more thorough list of specifications for the most expensive model. The Snapdragon 778G SoC from Qualcomm, which also powered the Reno9 before it, is rumoured to be used in the Reno10. Contrarily, it appears that the Reno10 Pro will use MediaTek’s Dimensity 8200, which is a slight improvement over the Reno9 Pro’s Dimensity 8100.
the Reno10 Pro+, the most exclusive member of the family. Like its predecessor, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset is said to power this. Tianma is said to have produced the 6.74-inch, 120 Hz curved touchscreen, 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM, 256GB, and 512GB of storage, as well as a 4,700 mAh battery with 100W cable charging capabilities.
A triple back camera system will be present, consisting of a 50 MP primary camera with a Sony IMX890 sensor, an 8 MP ultrawide camera with a Sony IMX355 sensor, and a 64 MP periscope telephoto camera with an OmniVision OV64b sensor. The front will include a centred hole-punch housing a 32 MP camera with a Sony IMX709 sensor. Plastic will be used for the phone’s body.
As a result, the Reno9 Pro+ is replaced by the new model, which also increases the charging capacity from 80W to 100W and includes a periscope telescopic camera. At first sight, those appear to be the only upgrades, although the specifications of the screen could also be improved. To be certain, we must wait for the formal announcement.