OPPO Reno is a brand new series officially announced by OPPO in March 2019. There are currently four Reno series models on sale in the OPPO official store, namely Reno3 Pro, Reno4, Reno4 Pro, and Reno4 SE. It is reported that the Reno series is OPPO’s product series with excellent sales and reputation. Not long ago, it was revealed on the Internet that OPPO is about to release the latest model of the Reno series—Reno 5. What’s more interesting is that Reno5 still uses Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G, which is the same processor as Reno3 Pro and Reno4 series. Users joked: “765G three generations In the same house“.
This is actually not the first time OPPO has used the same chip on three generations of products.
As early as 17 and 18 years of OPPO R11, R11S, R15Pro, OPPO has begun to use this approach of changing the shell and not changing the core, and all three models use Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processors.
The Snapdragon 660 is a 14nm processor released by Qualcomm in 2017. Its biggest highlight is the introduction of functional modules and technologies that were previously only available on the Snapdragon 800 series flagship platform, such as machine learning and neural networks.
According to the details by leakster on Weibo, this year, Reno5 will continue to use the Snapdragon 765G processor again. Is the Snapdragon 765G too strong? Or does OPPO have other arrangements?
It can be understood from the news that the front of Reno5 is a 6.43-inch OLED display, the front lens is presented in the form of digging holes, there is no high brush, and the touch sampling rate is 180Hz.
In terms of hardware, it is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor, clocked at 2.4GHz, using a 7nm process, integrated with Qualcomm’s third-generation 5G chip Snapdragon X52, and supports dual-mode 5G.
It adopts a rear four-camera design, 64MP+8MP+2MP+2MP, and 32MP front.
In terms of battery life, Reno5 has a built-in 4300mAh battery that supports 65-Watt super flash charging. It is worth noting that the Reno5 battery uses a dual-cell design, while the two new products next door still use a single-cell design. In addition, Reno5 is also under the positioning line. The fastest charging model among competing products. The release time of Reno5 is getting closer and closer and it’s still to see more details about the device.