Oppo Reno2 full specs get leaked on TENAA
After just 4 months from the release of the first Reno handhelds, Oppo is ready to announce the second generation of camera-centric smartphones, and, according to the specs posted on TENAA, the design of the new models does not appear to have suffered any dramatic changes. The spec department, on the other hand, is getting quite a few significant upgrades that recommend the new model for gamers.
As far as the camera setup is concerned, the Oppo Reno2 still has the main 48 MP shooter, but also adds 13 MP and 8 MP cams, along with a 2 MP DoF sensor. The selfie cam retains the same pop-up “shark fin” design and the 16 MP sensor from the previous model. Oppo is also adding Ultra Dark and Ultra Steady Video modes powered by AI algorithms, plus a 20x digital zoom combined with a 2x optical zoom.
Since the Reno2 is sporting the same pop-up selfie cam design, the display is yet again notch-less, and it even got extended from 6.4-inch to 6.55-inch, with a slight resolution boost to 2,400 x 1,080 and added True HDR10 compatibility. TENAA does not mention the exact SoC name, but Indian sources are indicating a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chip optimized for gaming coupled with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB storage. The included 3,915 mAh battery is saidto offer support for VOOC Flash Charge 3.0 through USB-C.
Oppo’s initial teasers announced that the official Reno2 unveil should occur on August 28 and it will be first launched in India with Ocean Blue and Luminous Black color options. This model may later on be available in the UK and Australia as well.