OPPO has confirmed that OPPO Reno 3 (Global Edition) will officially debut on March 16. According to 91Mobiles sources, compared to the Chinese version. The device will undergo some minor modifications to its internal structure.
As mentioned earlier, Reno3 (Global Edition) has basically maintained the same design language as the current Chinese version. In detail, Reno3 (Global Edition) is equipped with a dual-LED flash on the back, instead of a single LED flash. To the right of the rear camera module, there is also a new “Hybrid Zoom” text.
According to IT House, Reno3 (Global Edition) will be driven by MediaTek ’s Helio P90 SoC. This means that the device will not be able to support 5G connections because the Helio P90 is not a 5G chip.
Similarly, the front camera of OPPO Reno3 (Global Edition) will also be upgraded from a 32-megapixel sensor to a 44-megapixel sensor.
As for the rear four cameras, the main camera will be equipped with a 48-megapixel sensor instead of the previous 64Mp. The difference is that the device will also be equipped with a 13-megapixel telephoto lens. The price is currently unclear.