Rumor | OPPO will launch the Reno 7 SE alongside the Reno 7 and 7 Pro later in 2021
OPPO is now said to update its Reno line of smartphones one last time in 2021. Their latest models consist of the Reno6, 6 Pro and 6 Pro+. They have been rumored to get 7-series successors with very similar names. Now, however, the latest word is that the OEM has decided it is time for a change.
The company is projected to launch a 7 and 7 Pro, as has been the case for the last few years - however, they are allegedly to be joined by an SE variant. Nevertheless, they may yet launch with the internals forecast for them earlier.
Meanwhile, further potential details about these devices have also now emerged. The putative 7 SE is touted to come with a 6.43-inch FHD+ 90Hz display (a classic Reno spec at this point); a 4,300mAh battery with 65W charging (another OPPO hallmark); 64+8+2MP rear cameras and as much as 12GB of RAM.
The 7 and 7 Pro, on the other hand, are now slated to launch with larger 4,500mAh batteries, as well as 6.5-inch FHD+ screens of 90Hz and 120Hz respectively. Their possible 50MP rear cameras might be joined by 16MP and 2MP sensors in the vanilla 7 and 64MP and 13MP modules in the 7 Pro.
OPPO has yet to give any sign of a launch date for the Reno 7 series (or whether the phones do indeed exist or not). Should some other recent leaks prove accurate, they might emerge in November 2021, possibly alongside the OEM's first-gen foldable smartphone.