Another Lite OPPO Reno is certified by TENAA

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TENAA certified a Lite OPPO Reno model not long ago, and now two more have appeared, making this mysterious device even more intriguing. Although it is likely that it is the same model as last week, but with different specifications, it can be a completely different phone.

Packed with a 6.5-inch FHD + AMOLED screen and fingerprint sensor in the display, this device is powered by the Snapdragon 710 chip and has 8 GB or RAM. In addition, the front-facer is a pop-up 16 MP unit, while the main shooters are a 16 MP and a 2MP camera. The mentioned storage option is 128 GB and the battery has a capacity of 3,680 mAh.

Rumor has it that the Reno family will consist of a main unit of a flagship class that will appear in combination with a watered down, Lite version of the OPPO Reno. There may also be a 5G version in the making, but these lighter versions keep popping up at TENAA. On April 11, the company should unveil this new product family, which should solve the mystery once and for all.

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