A week back Oppo confirmed that its upcoming Oppo Reno3 5G is going to debut in December this year. Now a new confirmation tweet from the Vice President of the company suggests that it will be accompanied by the Oppo Reno3 Pro with 5G connectivity. Some design elements and specs have been shared, let’s take a look at all the details.
The image shared on Twitter reveals the device’s front panel. There’s a full-screen display without any sort of bezel. It’s a common design we have been seeing in the Reno series.
Just like the old Reno2, the phone has a notch-less design, but the front camera placement is still a question as the image just shows a bit of the front panel.
One major highlight that the VP suggested is the smartphone’s thickness. The Oppo Reno3 Pro will just be 7.7mm thick which will make it the first dual-mode 5G smartphone to be that thin in the price segment. It will also feature a glass body and will come in a Blue colour variant with antenna lines at the top.
That’s just what we know so far, but the launch is scheduled to be in December, so let’s wait for some fresh leaks to pop in the coming weeks.
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