Oppo Reno Spotted on AnTuTu With 6GB RAM & Snapdragon 710
Oppo Reno, the smartphone in the Chinese smartphone manufacturer that’s set to debut April 10, has surfaced on grade portal AnTuTu. Additionally, it comprises a full-HD+ screen panel. The new development comes after a few alleged TENAA listings of this Oppo Reno had surfaced on the web. Some instance renders displaying the look of this Oppo telephone were also leaked lately, signaling a notchless screen panel and a triple back camera installation.
The AnTuTu record reveals an Oppo cellphone with version number PCAM00. This is especially among those version numbers which were seen on Chinese ruler TENAA’s site earlier this week.
The database also cites the existence of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC, combined with 6GB of RAM. Further, it highlights the Oppo version runs Android 9.0 Pie and features 256GB of onboard storage.
Coming to the screen, the list notes which the Oppo phone includes a full-HD+ (2340×1080 pixels) display. The screen size is yet to be shown, though.
Especially, the specifications included on the AnTuTu portal site are equal to what has been found on the TENAA web site lately. Oppo is, nevertheless, likely to present yet another Oppo Reno version with high-end specifications, for example, Snapdragon 855 SoC and triple back camera installation.
Oppo is supposed to provide a 10x hybrid optical zoom on the Reno cellphone which has been showcased last month. The new version may also have a notchless screen panel and a vertically-aligned camera set up in the back — when we think the instance renders leaked before. What’s more, the handset might have a pop-up selfie camera.