Last week at the launch event of ColorOS 7 in China, Oppo announced that it will unveil the Reno3 in December with 5G connectivity. Now we know the company will launch a Pro variant as well.
This confirmation comes to us through Oppo VP Brian Shen, who took to Twitter to share an image of the Reno3 Pro 5G.
The image tells us that Reno3 Pro 5G will sport a curved edge display with a slim bezel on the top. But, it's unclear whether it will be a notchless screen or have a punch hole in the top-left corner since that part of the phone isn't visible.
The picture further shows the power button on the right side of the phone with a blue accent.
Details are scarce about the Reno3 Pro 5G, but Shen said that it will feature a glass body with a thickness of 7.7mm (excluding the camera lens), which sounds really impressive. We just hope battery capacity hasn't suffered as a result.
More information about the Reno3 series should surface in the coming days.
I don't really care how curved the screen will be. Renders or first glimpse looks beautiful. Google must be wipe out bloody tears looking at Oppo screens!
Instead of targeting on punch hole cameras, Oppo could have taken step forward and come up with under display camera.
you are absolutely right! Almost all telephone manufacturers have no innovations. A timeless design, such as Meizu 16s, is almost impossible to find in all the new creations.