OPPO Reno3 Pro 5G recently revealed the battery size and the design of the smartphone. The device will start arriving over the next month and the hopes are high, particularly after its predecessor’s success. The firm is ready to release the first thinnest 5G double-mode device, which is fully consistent with standalone and anti-standalone networks.
Brian Shen, the vice president of Oppo, posted a picture on Twitter where a part of the device could be enjoyed. Several researchers also published the first facial computing image after 24 hours. The upper hole, that would produce the single front compartment, is most clearly apparent. It would seem rather tiny, perhaps because of the large size of the screen.
While that sounds impressive, we were concerned it would come at the battery life cost. Yet now Oppo VP Brian Shen has said it’s not going to be the case and the Reno3 Pro 5G is going to pack a 4,025 mAh battery that’s sturdy even today.
According to certain past speculation, the curved display might be AMOLED, have a FullHD+ resolution and a diagonal of 6.5 inches (with 90Hz flash rate). The body is made of glass with a thickness of 7.7 mm.
The vice president also reported the maximum capacity of the pack, compliant with rapid charging up to 30 W: 4025 mAh. Speculations from Romania suggest that the Oppo Reno3 Pro 5 G will have a Snapdragon 735 chipset, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB of storage space, a 32 MP front camera and a rear quad camera (with a 60 MP main sensor).
For contrast, some of the devices recently launched in the portfolio such as the Reno2 and Reno Ace carry a 4,000 mAh cell with 9.5 mm and 8.7 mm thickness respectively
By now, only a month differentiates us all from the new phone: over the next few days, further official information will arrive.