The Reno series smartphone from OPPO is ready to debut this April. Ahead of the launch day, many rumours circulated related to the brand-new device from the Chinese manufacturer.
One of the newest is the leaked hands-on video featuring the OPPO Reno smartphone which has a selfie camera module which is quite unique.
In the video, it appears that the front camera on this smartphone will appear upward with a pop-up mechanism when the camera application is opened, then again hiding in the body of the device the camera application is turned off, similar to OPPO F11 Pro.
But interestingly, the shape of this camera module looks asymmetrical and does not appear fully. Because when viewed from the front of the smartphone, only the right end of the camera module sticks up, so the body of the camera module looks triangular when poking, not square like a pop-up camera in general.
Regardless of the shape, next to the camera is an embedded LED Flash module to take pictures in dark conditions. Based on rumours, OPPO Reno’s selfie camera has a 16MP resolution.
Meanwhile, on the back, this new OPPO smartphone seems to be equipped with two cameras, if referring to the video. The two vertically arranged cameras were allegedly having a resolution of 48MP (wide) and 5MP (depth sensor).
Still from the video, there is no third camera with periscope zoom 10X technology. Maybe because the device is the Reno line mid-range version.
Quoting Gizmochina, the Reno variant with Snapdragon 855 is expected to be equipped with a periscope zoom 10X technology.
There is also news that the Reno line will be available in 4G and 5G models. More information may only be discovered after the launch is nine days away.