OPPO's Reno6 launch seems right on track thanks to new certifications
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OPPO launched the Reno5 series in December 2020, even though their predecessors debuted in June of the same year. Therefore, the 6 series is not likely to be far away. The OEM has reportedly certified a number of 5G devices, some of which could comprise this new line.
They are the PDNM00 and PDME30, which have joined the PEPM00 and PEXM00 on the 3C database. All of them have been approved to use OPPO's SuperVOOC charging system, which goes up to 65W as it does in the Reno5 devices. Therefore, some of the newly official phones could be successors to the 5, 5 Pro and 5 Pro+.
One of these - the PEPM00 - is currently slated to run on the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC, whereas 2 others are now rumored to have Qualcomm's Snapdragon 870 and 888 platforms. Therefore, they might prove very iterative updates over their putative previous generation.