It is already known that OPPO is working on its Reno 10 series, and the launch is expected between the 1st half’s end and 2nd half’s beginning (2023). However, as the scheduled launch time is coming near, many new leaks and rumors regarding the upcoming series are getting revealed.
This morning, a new device from OPPO carrying the model number “PHU110” got listed on 3C Certification. As per sources, this model belongs to the OPPO Reno 10 Pro+, the high-end variant in the entire lineup. The 3C Certification has revealed the device’s charging specifications, which are discussed below.
As mentioned, the new OPPO Reno 10 Pro+ will support a maximum of 100W (11V/9.1A) charging and will use the OPPO’s SuperVOOC 100W charger that supports charging in the following modes: 10W (5V/2A) and 45-100W (5-11V/9.1A). The same charger has been used by Realme and OnePlus (under their branding) in their flagship models.
As per previous news, the top-of-the-line OPPO Reno 10 series model will be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 chipset. The chipset is an overclocked version of Snapdragon 8 Gen1 and is based on TSMC’s new 4nm process that comes with lower energy consumption.
Regarding the display, the Reno 10 Pro+ will feature a 6.74 inches Single Centered Punch-Hole OLED Curved Display that supports a 120Hz refresh rate. Inside the phone, a 4700mAh large-sized battery is expected to be equipped in addition to 100W charging support.
On the backside, the camera module consists of three lenses: a 50MP Sony IMX890 primary sensor, an 8MP Sony IMX355 ultra-wide lens, and a 64MP OV64b telephoto lens. On the front side, a 32MP Sony IMX709 sensor will be used inside the punch-hole.
Currently, the launch time of OPPO’s Reno 10 series is unknown. However, the launch is expected to happen in May or June 2023.