TENAA confirms "Lite" OPPO Reno but there is nothing nearby

The Reno product family will be announced shortly, and although we were talking about the OPPO Reno, there should also be a 5G version of the phone, in addition to a budget-friendly, simplified version. Whether it is called the OPPO Reno Lite or something else is not yet known, but TENAA documents seem to confirm its existence. Earlier today, when we looked at the wedge-shaped pop-up camera, we noticed that the phone only had a dual camera setup on the back – without the 10x hybrid, lossless periscope zoom lens – which made us believe we were actually looking the small or budget OPPO Reno version.

The specifications of this version of the phone were discussed, but now, thanks to TENAA, we have a confirmation. We are looking at a 6.4-inch AMOLED display without a notch or hole in it, which has an FHD + resolution. We already know that there will be no Snapdragon 855 on this version. That is for the standard model. Instead, this variant will include the Snapdragon 710, and TENAA speaks of 6 and 8 GB or RAM and 128 and 256 GB or storage configurations.

Physical dimensions are 156.6 x 74.3 x 9.0 mm and 185 grams. The front gets 16 MP and the duo on the back consists of 48 MP + 5 MP units. In security, a fingerprint scanner is rumored to be on the screen and, to be honest, if you look at the specifications above, there is no budget or mid-range for this phone.

We will find out all the details on April 10 when OPPO will make the Reno family official.

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