It has been rumored that OPPO has been working on its upcoming Reno series’ successor for a long time. However, we are now almost near to it as the models (belonging to the series) are currently getting listed on various certification sites. Recently, another expected Reno8 series model has cleared an important certification test.
It has been reported that a new device with model number “PGAM10” from OPPO has been listed on 3C Certification, and sources are claiming that it would be Reno8 Pro. As mentioned in the certification, the expected Reno8 model will come with an 80.3W charger (11V/7.3A) out of the box.
The certification has mentioned two chargers with the following model numbers: VCB8JBCH and VCB8JACH but both have the exact specifications and support charging at 10W (5V-2A) and 36.5W-80.3W (5-11V/7.3A).
Except for this, the certification didn’t consist of any important information. However, many specifications were already known, thanks to some major sources.
Previously, it was revealed that the expected Reno8 Pro (PGAM10) will debut with the all-new Snapdragon 7 Gen1 chipset (not announced yet, officially), specially designed for premium mid-range devices. In addition to the new chipset, the device would also feature UFS 3.1 storage and LPDDR5 memory combination.
Moreover, this device is equipped with a 6.55 inches OLED display that supports Full-HD+ (2400*1080p) resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. In terms of camera, it would feature a triple camera (50MP+8MP+2MP) setup on the backside and a 32MP selfie camera on the display’s punch-hole.
Inside the phone, there would be a 4500mAh battery with 80W charging support. The model also got an in-display fingerprint scanner. The renders of Reno8 are already surfing on the internet; click the following link to check them out.