The OPPO Reno A is a new 6GB mid-range phone, according to its leaked promo
A tech blog claims to have dug up new renders and marketing material for a new OPPO Reno phone. It is apparently to be called the Reno A, and is powered by the Snapdragon 710 SoC. It is described as having 6GB of RAM and either 64GB or 128GB in internal storage.
OPPO may be about to add a new, mid-range device to its Reno line of smartphones. According to some images that look like official teasers, this one is to be called the A. It is alleged to be powered by the Snapdragon 710 SoC and have 6GB RAM. Its promo makes a point of including the spec 128GB, although it may have 64GB SKUs at launch.
The possible upcoming Reno phone appears to have only 2 rear cameras, and to have a rather old-school build. They are projected to be 16+2MP shooters. However, it has a more or less up-to-date screen with a waterdrop notch. Given the lack of a rear-facing fingerprint sensor, this panel may also have one built into it.
It is thought that the Reno A may have a 3600mAh battery. All in all, this leak may be further evidence that the Reno line has encompassed the old OPPO R series of phones. Its potential new member may be a solid mid-ranger, despite its slightly outdated camera quotient. However, it is possible that a good price may cause some consumers to overlook this.
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