Prior to its Launch, Oppo Reno7 Series Gets a Full Reveal
There will be no Reno7 Pro+ version of Oppo’s Reno7 series, contrary to popular belief. Instead, we will see a lower-end Reno7 SE. As a result, the Reno7 Pro now holds the top spot in its class.
Anyway, according to the report, the hardware in both the standard Reno7 and the Reno7 Pro is very similar. 6.5-inch OLED panels will be used in both devices; the Vanilla has a refresh rate of 90Hz while the Pro boasts a rate of 120Hz In both devices, the same 4,500 mAh battery with 65W fast charging support is used.
A 16MP ultrawide camera joins the 50MP Sony IMX766 main sensor, while a 2MP depth sensor separates the two. This phone will use OmnVision’s 64MP OV64B camera for ultra-wide shots in addition to the Pro’s 50MP Samsung GN5 sensor.
This time around, the processors will be repurposed Dimensity 1200 SoCs, with the vanilla getting that, and the Pro getting the Snapdragon 888. Up to 256GB of internal storage will be available with the 8GB and 12GB RAM configurations.
Last but not least, the Reno7 SE is expected to feature a 6.43-inch 90Hz display, a Dimensity 920 processor, and up to 256GB of internal memory. For selfies, SE has a 32-megapixel camera on the front, similar to the other two, while the SE’s primary camera is only 64-megapixels, and it has an 8-megapixel ultrawide lens and a 2-megapixel depth sensor for portraits on the back. The lights are supposed to be kept on by a smaller 4,300 mAh battery, but the same 65W fast charging is used.
There’s no official word on when the series will be released just yet, but a report says it will premiere in November at the earliest. To a large extent, what we’ve just learned here corresponds to a previous leak from around the middle of October.