At the Color OS launch event held recently in China, Chinese phone maker Oppo teased an upcoming Oppo Reno 3 with dual-mode 5G connectivity and is set to arrive in December. While we do know very little or nothing about the Reno 3, a fresh official teaser says the Oppo Reno 3 Pro is also in the offing.
The latest piece comes from Oppo VP Brian Shen who took to his twitter handle to share an image of the Oppo Reno 3 Pro 5G. Obviously, the Oppo Reno 3 will be arriving as an advanced variant of the Reno3, and per the image shared today, the device features a curved glass screen on the front and back, with little or no bezels on the top and sides. Oppo has yet to share full render of the device, so it is hard to tell whether or not the device will get a notch-less screen or have a punch hole in the top-left.
The tweet by VP Brian Shen also says the Reno 3 Pro is about 7.7mm thick, not including the lens, making it the thinnest dual-mode 5G phone in its price segment.
The odds are in favor of a punch hole in the top left, and that explains why that part of the screen is cut off. If it happens it doesn’t get a punch hole in the top-left, it then means it will get a pop-up camera system, even though there are the possibilities for a second display on the flip side.
There’s no word yet on the launch date and availability. However, the device is likely not coming to the United States, while it is sure to make it to India, and some European countries, given Oppo’s 5G partnerships with EE, Swisscom, and others.