OPPO Reno Lite to feature a rear fingerprint sensor and a water-drop notch


Oppo Reno

The OPPO Reno will launch in well over a week time, and it is becoming glaring that OPPO is surely going to offer several variants for different categories of buyers with the upcoming series. The exact number of variant we will get to see on that days remains to be known, however, we do know from previous reports that there could be the OPPO Reno Standard Edition devoid of the periscope, a more premium variant with the Periscopic and triple rear cameras, as well as the OPPO Reno 5G and Lamborghini versions.

Well, that arnt the only variant we have got to know, a recent TENAA listing also suggests there could be a basic variant different from the standard edition. Although not a confirmed moniker, the basic variant that was listed days ago is supposedly named the OPPO Reno Lite, and we now have its images listed on TENAA, so we know what it looks like.

The lite versions and the standard edition are marked with some clear differences. First, both versions feature dual rear camera setup, but while the standard version has no visible fingerprint scanner on the rear, the OPPO Reno lite has a scanner placed right below the dual cam. The Reno lite as per TENNA listing will get a 16+2MP dual cam, while the standard version is tipped to get a 48MP primary rear cam.

OPPO RENO LITE

While the images provided by TENAA looks darkened, a cursory look at the front panel suggests the OPPO Reno Lite will drop the pop-up selfie camera for a water-drop notch for the front camera. While the 5G and the Lamborghini version are tipped to use the Snapdragon 855, the standard and the lite variants are both expected to use the Snapdragon 710 and Mediateks Helio P70 chipset respectively, although some unconfirmed reports also claim both will use the P70 SoC.

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