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Oppo Reno8 Series Expected Design and Specifications Revealed

It’s been two months ago OPPO has updated its Reno7 series. However, the latest developments in the industry denote that the company is now working on the next-generation models. We can expect that OPPO would still be able to maintain the premium design and good handling experience in the upcoming Reno series model.

This morning, the famous Chinese blogger @DigitalChatStation has revealed the expected design and specifications of OPPO’s upcoming Reno8 series. In the mentioned image, the changes in structure can be observed deeply.

DigitalChatStation OPPO Reno8

As can be seen, the front design is a lot similar to the previous model, but still, minor design changes are expected in the actual model. The blogger also mentioned that the display is a 6.55 inches Single Punch-Hole display with Full-HD+ (2400*1080p) resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate (most probably OLED Panel).

The camera module is the most significant change we observed on the backside. The camera module now features a square-shaped design and is attached to the side (curved), just like Samsung Galaxy S22’s camera.

Inside the camera module, there are three lenses (as per the blogger); it is hard to observe whether the third circle has a single or double lens. The LED Flash is also changed and now is ring-shaped. It is worth mentioning that the primary lens is a 50MP Sony IMX766 Lens.

We can expect that the standard Reno8 model might be stuck to Dimensity 900 chipset. In contrast, the Pro model is expected to feature the Dimensity 9000 or Snapdragon’s higher-end chipset.

Currently, the officials haven’t announced the phone’s existence. However, we can expect it soon.

Source
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