OPPO Reno10 Pro Plus tipped to outdo Honor 90 Pro with same processor
The "Honor 90 Pro" and "OPPO Reno10 Pro+" are not even confirmed to exist yet; nevertheless, they are being compared in advance by the generally knowledgeable leaker Digital Chat Station on Weibo. Based on their typical life-cycles, the 80 Pro and 9 Pro+ successors should indeed be on the way soon; however, according to the tipster, only 1 will emerge as a potential mid-2023 Android mid-range champion.
The "90 Pro" is already slated to have much the same specs as its immediate forebear, although its faux Dynamic Island display might be 1.5K this time. Nevertheless, it might be driven by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC all over again, as may the 10 Pro+.
Some Honor fans might have been aggravated when the 80 Pro's ISOCELL HP3 main camera arrived with a resolution cut down to 160MP - nevertheless, the OEM is now said to double down on that in the 90 Pro. Then again, this might mean the sensor may get to be "slightly" closer to 200MP this time.
Nevertheless, Honor's triple-digit figure seems poised to beat OPPO on paper - were it not for the new, flagship-grade Sony IMX890 sensor allegedly headed the 10-series flagship's way. It is said to be found in an updated (as in, non-OnePlus 10 Pro-like) camera hump that houses 2 round lenses and 1 square one on a lozenge-shaped, possibly MariSilicon-branded, background.
Then again, OPPO's reputation for recycling tried-and-true processors is back in the form of claims that the vanilla Reno10 will revert to the Snapdragon 778G. On the other hand, the middle-child Pro might get a relatively new Dimensity 8200 platform in 2023.