A few hours after the presentation of the new smartphones of the OPPO Reno 2 range held in India, new information emerges on a future 5G model with a specific modem that will make the device compatible with the fifth-generation networks.
The news was then confirmed by the TENAA database: the new smartphone was registered with the code name PCKM70 and the first features have already been revealed.
In the images published by TENAA, we see details of the model such as the presence of four rear cameras being a periscope-shaped lens that should have 10x lossless zoom, and it is also possible to notice the characteristic O-Dot of the line, a ceramic sphere that prevents smartphone lenses from contacting surfaces and scratching easily.
With no notches on the screen, Oppo is very likely to continue betting on its exclusive retractable fin-shaped module for the front camera, but unlike the early Reno models, the new Reno 2 5G won’t have the rear flash built into the retractable module, being displayed on the back itself this time.
Among the specs, details on the TENAA are listed as the 6.6-inch screen with unknown resolution and equally unreported technology, as well as showing a 3930mAh cell battery with dimensions of 161.8 x 76.6 x 9.5 mm.
The Reno 2 5G is expected to hit the market with Snapdragon 855+ equipped with X50 modem so the device can have 5G connectivity and data transmission. We do not know if the device revealed by the Oppo executive, with 90 Hz screen and Super VOOC technology, is the model with 5G, so we need to wait for more information and details.
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