Oppo Reno5 Pro + 5G is expected to arrive on December 24th, blurring the lines between midrange and flagship. According to rumors, the phone will have a Snapdragon 865 chipset, four cameras with a periscope lens and numerous storage options.
The smartphone has finally appeared on TENAA, masked behind its model number PDRM00, and pretty much confirms most of the claims and leaks.
Oppo PDRM00 / Reno5 Pro + 5G on TENAA
While there is no mention of the chipset per se, the CPU is listed as 2.8 GHz, and only the Snapdragon 865 series has a core that runs at precisely those speeds. RAM is listed as 8GB and 12GB, while storage is 128/256GB, which opens the door to up to four possible combinations.
The quad cam setup is listed as 16MP + 50MP + 13MP + 2 MP. We are confident that the second is the most important, the fourth is an auxiliary sensor. The only question that remains is which of the other two sensors is located behind the zoom lens, which is hidden behind the square cutout in the upper right angle of the camera island.
The display has a diagonal of 6.55 inches and a Full HD + resolution with curved sides and a 32-megapixel selfie camera embedded in it.
The battery is listed as 2,200 mAh, which certainly only affects one of the two cells on board the Oppo Reno5 Pro + 5G, so that a total of only 4,400 mAh can be charged.
Other functions are Android 11 with ColorOS 11 at the top, silver and black colors, a compact housing and a weight of 184 grams. The biggest question remains, how much the phone would cost – we’ll find out in nine days.
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