Oppo revealed its Oppo Reno5 series almost six months ago and expanded it to the world with a set of variants. Now, the company is gearing up to finally introduce its Oppo Reno6 family. So far the company is preparing three new devices – Oppo Reno6, Reno6 Pro, and Reno6 Pro+. Details about the Pro variants emerged last week on TENAA. Now, the vanilla Oppo Reno6 appeared in the same certification authority listing. As usual, we get some of the device’s specifications along with the model number PEQM00.
According to the TENAA certification, the Oppo Reno6 flaunts a 6.43-inch display. Due to the “premium mid-range” nature of devices under the Oppo Reno6 series, it’s safe to assume that even the vanilla has an AMOLED screen. This panel likely comes with FHD+ resolution (2,400 x 1,080 pixels). Moreover, we expect a top-left aligned punch hole for the selfie camera and at least a 90Hz refresh rate. The Reno6 will draw its powers from a 4,200mAh battery which is based in dual-cell technology.
Oppo Reno6 coming with a 6.43-inch OLED display and 65W charging
Oppo has been sticking with this dual-cell technology to ensure that the battery will be able to withstand the stress that comes with its 65W fast-charging technology. We assume that the device will come with Android 11-based ColorOS 11.1 straight out of the box. Oppo may even unveil a new incremental upgrade like a ColorOS 11.2 with these new devices since they are important mid-year releases. The dimensions for the vanilla smartphone are 158.8 x 72.1 x 7.59 mm. It is a little bit smaller than the current Oppo Reno5 5G that has the same 6.43-inch OLED screen.
Unfortunately not much is known about the Oppo Reno6 internal at this point. We believe that the TENAA certification listing will be updated in the upcoming days with more details and possibly images. So far we’re especially curious about the chipset giving power to this new mid-range smartphone. The Oppo Reno6 Pro will have a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 whereas the Reno6 Pro Plus will pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870. The vanilla smartphone will probably stick with an intermediary option. In the best possible scenario, it will come with either a Dimensity 1100 or a Snapdragon 780G. However, other options in the 5G mid-range category aren’t discarded. The Oppo Reeno5 5G comes with a Snapdragon 765G and we hope that the Oppo does not bring this chipset for the third time in a row.