OPPO previously launched the Reno 9 series of new phones, including the Reno 9, Reno 9 Pro and Reno 9 Pro+. Now the image specifications for the Reno 10 series have leaked.
Blogger Digital Chat Site today revealed the image parameters of the new series of cameras. The main camera is a 50 megapixel cable IMX890 with OIS support. There’s also a 48-megapixel IMX581 ultra-wide-angle camera with a 155 degree fisheye lens.
Meanwhile, the Reno 10 series will feature a submersible telephoto lens, the first flagship lens to be placed in a mid-range model. The main advantage of the submersible telephoto lens over a traditional telephoto lens is that it allows the phone to shoot at greater distances.
According to previous drawings posted by the blogger, Reno 10 series will feature a new oval camera module design, with two tiny round cuts and a square cut, and a Powered by MariSilicon Logo next to the lens.
Among other things, OPPO Reno10 series is likely to feature a 1.5K curved screen, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ flagship processor, a 4700mAh battery and at least up to 80W of fast charging.
Reno10 is expected to debut in May or June and will be the most photogenic Reno to date, so we’ll see.