On March 31, a mysterious new OPPO mobile phone got the 3C certification and was equipped with a 65W charger. According to @digital chat station, it was OPPO Reno6 and will be equipped with MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chip. Subsequently, the PENM00 and PEXM00 of the same series got the 3C certification.
Today, the OPPO model with model number PEXM00 has got TENAA certification. According to the certification, the phone measures is 159.1×73.4×7.9 mm, with a 6.43-inch screen. It is equipped with a dual-cell 2100mAh (equivalent to 4500mAh) battery and runs Android 11.
The TENAA website also released a rendering of this phone. It uses a rectangular rear camera module that contains 3 cameras and a flash. The camera specifications are marked on the top of the flash. Due to the low pixel of the picture, the specifications of the camera cannot be seen clearly.
Judging from the previous news, the Reno6 series mobile phones will include Reno6, Reno6 Pro, and Reno6 Pro+, respectively equipped with MediaTek Dimensity 1200, Qualcomm Snapdragon 870, and Snapdragon 888 chips. It is expected that OPPO may announce the release time soon.
Oppo officially launched the reno5 series on December 10 last year, including two versions of Reno5 and Reno5 pro, and released the OPPO Reno5 PRO + on December 24. From the time point of view, it has been about half a year so far, and there is a high probability of launching new models in the near future.