OPPO Reno Lite also allegedly leaks via TENAA
The first OPPO Reno has not even been released yet, but is the subject of intense interest nevertheless. This is not just because it is the OEM's most recently-invented product line: renders linked to it exhibit a new and, um, innovative new pop-up selfie-cam design. Should it exist in reality, it is possible that it will be realized in a Reno flagship. However, another leak suggests that this putative phone will also have a Lite variant.
It comes courtesy of a SlashLeaks post, submitted by Sudhanshu Ambhore, a well-known name on this site. The entry shows part of a listing from the Chinese TENAA certification authority. It describes a phone with a 2.1GHz processor that will have either 4 or 6GB of RAM and will run on Android Pie.
Ambhore alleges that this phone is the OPPO Reno Lite; however, the actual images do not include a device name. The leaker also asserts that the SoC mentioned is a MediaTek Helio P70, although the other Reno that also popped up on TENAA recently is going with a Snapdragon (710) processor. This new phone will have a 1080×2340 6.5-inch TFT display, although the 'other' Reno is described as having a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen. Finally, the "Reno Lite" allegedly has a 3910mAh battery, whereas the older listing refers to a 3680mAh capacity.
The selfie camera of the "Reno Lite" is also given at 16MP; however, TENAA listings do not include data on the nature of or technology behind these components. Therefore, we're in no position to report a reprise of the new 'light-switch' camera rumors at this point.