On April 3rd, OPPO officially announced some details about the upcoming OPPO Reno series. According to the official teaser, the handset will use a panoramic display for a screen to body ratio of 93.1%. Almost as good as the 93.8% StB ratio we more premium OPPO Find X brought to the market.
The OPPO Reno will then sports an ultra-narrow bezel, with left and right sides being just 1.59mm thick, meanwhile the lower bezel will be 3.49mm. That is also very close to OPPO’s Find X (with a thickness of 3.4mm.
The smartphone is suspected to use what the company calls “COP packaging technology” which was first used on the OPPO Find X and is what allows them to bend the display and make the handset look bezel-less.
As far as specs are concerned, the OPPO Reno in its standard version will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710, rear Sony IMX586 48MP camera, support for VOOC 3.0 flash charge and NFC.
OPPO’s phone will then be available in a Pro version as well packing a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 flagship CPU and supporting 10 times hybrid optical zoom technology.
The OPPO Reno will be officially released on April 10th. At the same time, OPPO will provide an “old-for-new” promo to get some money for older devices when buying the new one.