Once again, the OPPO Reno 8’s design has been suggested to resemble the OnePlus 10 Pro

The OPPO Reno 8 is expected to be unveiled this month in May, according to multiple reports. According to Digital Chat Station, the chipsets that will power the three Reno 8 series smartphones have been disclosed. The Reno 8 line’s design language was also discussed in depth.

Reno 8 SE, 8 and 8 Pro from OPPO

According to current indications, the Reno 8 portfolio is expected to have three models: the Reno 8 SE, Reno 8, and Reno 8 Pro. According to a recent DCS Weibo post, the Dimensity 1300, Snapdragon 7 Gen 1, and Dimensity 8100 chipsets could power these smartphones.

The Dimensity 8100 chip in the Reno 8 Pro will be paired with the MariSilicon X NPU in the new model. The Pro model’s other specifications, on the other hand, remain a mystery. People believe that the Reno 8 will ship with an AMOLED FHD+ 120Hz screen, Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 processor, LPDDR5 RAM, and UFS 3.1 storage, along with the Android 12 operating system with ColorOS user interface and a 4,500mAh battery with support for 80W quick charge. Three cameras will be included: a 50-megapixel primary camera; an 8-megapixel ultrawide lens; and a 2-megapixel macro/depth lens. The Reno 8 SE’s specifications are unknown.

The OPPO Reno 8 series has a new look.

An insider claims that the Reno 8 series will include a single punch-hole display. Punch-holes may be centered in the Pro model’s design. The Reno 8 devices will have a design similar to that of the OnePlus 10 Pro on the back of the device. The render you see above was posted by the tipper a month ago.

In June, the Reno 8 series will be available in global markets. The Reno 8 Lite, the Reno 8, and the Reno 8 Pro are expected to be part of the portfolio. To my knowledge, this is a new version of the F21 Pro 5G or Reno 7 Lite or Reno7 Z 5G or OnePlus N20 5G, all of which have already been rebranded. Reno 8 and Reno 8 Pro will be introduced in China, but it is unclear if they will be available elsewhere.

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