More OPPO Reno phones are destined for European market
OPPO's new line of smartphones, the Renos, appears to be taking the world by storm. Some of its variants offer the OEM's 10X hybrid zoom for the first time, while others sport an innovative wedge-like pop-up module. However, others have more conventional water-drop notches and only 2 cameras.
One of those more middle-of-the-road models is the Reno Z, which has a 6.4-inch FHD+ AMOLED display, the MediaTek Helio P90 SoC and a 4035 mAh VOOC 3.0 battery. This phone has reportedly popped up on the UK intellectual property office's database, indicating that it may be released to at least 1 European country soon. It is also allegedly accompanied here by a second, less familiar product name: Reno F.
This apparent OPPO variant is not found in any other markets to date. This has led to speculation that it is another current phone under a new designation for a new market. The most likely candidates to fit this thesis are the OPPO F11 or F11 Pro. This line, which is currently sold in India, is marked by a 'conventional' pop-up selfie camera that is confluent with the rear camera modules.