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OPPO Reno3 5G appears on TENAA, listing preliminary specs

Rumored render of the OPPO Reno3 5G. (Image via Nashville Chatter)
Rumored render of the OPPO Reno3 5G. (Image via Nashville Chatter)
The OPPO Reno3 5G showed up on TENAA today with some preliminary specs. The Reno3 will indeed support 5G thanks to the MediaTek MT6885 powering the phone. Other specifications closely match the Reno3 Pro 5G.

Days after the specs of the upcoming OPPO Reno3 Pro 5G appeared on OPPO’s site, the standard Reno3 5G has been listed on TENAA, giving us a look at the preliminary specifications of the handset. 

The Reno3 5G, as its name implies, will indeed be 5G-compatible. The phone will feature a 6.4-inch AMOLED display packed into a case that measures 160.3 x 74.3 x 7.96 mm. The TENAA listing doesn’t note the screen resolution, but earlier rumors peg it at 2400 x 1080. The Reno3 5G will use an under-display fingerprint reader, will have a waterdrop notch, and will have a quad-camera array on the back, similar to the Reno3 Pro 5G. One of these cameras is rumored to have a 64 MP sensor, though this has yet to be confirmed. 

Powering everything is a MediaTek MT6885, a fairly capable mid-range SoC. The Reno3 5G will run on the same 3935 mAh battery as its Pro brother. 

TENAA is expected to update the specifications of the Reno3 5G in the near future to clarify some points and pin down the exact components used in the phone.

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Sam Medley, 2019-12-13 (Update: 2019-12-13)
Sam Medley
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