Oppo Reno 5, Reno 5 Pro and Reno 5 Pro+ have been leaked online giving us a look at the design of the upcoming phones. The Reno 5 series is expected to be launched soon with some rumours claiming an announcement on December 10 could happen. However, there is no official word just yet.
A new render posted by Digital Chat Station reveals the alleged design of the Reno 5, Reno 5 Pro and Reno 5 Pro+ giving us a look at the exterior of the phones and how they will look in comparison with the Reno 4 series. In the pictures shared on Twitter, the phone on the left if the Reno 4 SE with a flat-screen while the phone in the middle is the Reno 4 Pro. It is expected that the Reno 5 will have a similar design as the Reno 4 SE while the Reno 5 Pro and Reno 5 Pro+ will be based on Reno 4 Pro.
某种意义上，Reno5系列三款新机正脸: pic.twitter.com/qoq3t4IZ5A— Digital Chat Station (@StationChat) December 1, 2020
The Reno 5 Pro has also been spotted on TENAA and HDR10+ website confirming the name of the series and revealing key specifications. Let’s take a brief look at everything there is to know about the Reno 5 series.
The Reno 5 is expected to feature a 6.43-inch display while the Reno 5 Pro and Reno 5 Pro+ could have larger 6.55-inch screens. The Reno 5 could be powered by the Snapdragon 765G which is found on other mid-range phones like the OnePlus Nord. The Reno 5 Pro could be powered by MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ chip while the Reno 5 Pro+ likely has Snapdragon 865 under the hood.
The Oppo Reno 5 and Reno 5 Pro could feature a 64MP quad-camera setup with an ultra-wide-camera, macro camera and a depth sensor. On the other hand, the Reno 5 Pro+ is rumoured to have a 50MP primary camera, a 16MP ultra-wide-angle camera, a 12MP telephoto camera and a 2MP macro camera. The three phones in the Reno 5 series are expected to have a 32MP selfie camera housed within the punch-hole notch cutout.
The Reno 5 could be equipped with a 4,300mAh battery, the Reno 5 Pro with a 4,350mAh battery and the Reno 5 Pro+ with a large 4,500mAh battery. All three phones are expected to support 65W fast charging out-of-the-box.