OPPO teases the Reno3 Pro 5G on its official site
OPPO has posted a new page on its official Chinese-language site for the upcoming Reno3 series. It confirms a number of leaks and rumors about these smartphones, most notably concerning what its Pro model will look like. It is shown in live images, one of which is hands on. These photos make it quite clear that it has quad rear cameras in a vertical arrangement running down one corner of the phone.
This makes the Reno3 Pro look a lot like the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, a perception that is reinforced by the almost-Aura Glow light-shifting finish shown in one shot. However, the Reno3 also appears to have other color options, including blue-to-green and blue-to-red gradients. There is also a single corner-mounted punch-hole camera in evidence.
In addition, the OPPO Reno3 Pro is now confirmed to run on the Snapdragon 765G chipset. Therefore, it will definitely be 5G or at least have a variant with this feature. Furthermore, some small print at the bottom of the phones' new page shows that the vanilla Reno3 is associated with "MTK 5G". This suggests the presence of a mystery mid-range MediaTek 5G SoC hinted at in prior rumors.