As we all know, Oppo will be releasing its latest Oppo Reno series smartphones in China on 10 April 2019. There have been a number of leaks and rumors that have revealed critical information about this all-new series. The company has already launched pre-orders for the smartphone and revealed that the smartphone will be available in three color schemes including Blue, Black, and Green. No fancy naming system was followed with the color schemes of the Oppo Reno like other companies including Apple and Samsung do.

The details are shown with the pre-order product listing also revealed that the smartphone will be available in three main variants. One with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage, another one with 6 GB RAM and 256 GB internal storage, and finally, with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB of internal storage.

Apart from offering the smartphone with three different RAM and internal storage configurations and three different color schemes, Oppe Reno will be available with two different chipsets also. One variant of the smartphone will be powered by the Snapdragon 855 octa-core Cortex ARM-based chipset – Qualcomm’s latest flagship SoC – while the other variant will come with the Snapdragon 710 chipset under its hood.Oppo Reno’s Camera Specs Revealed by Oppo 1

Image Credits: capslogs.meSince Oppo smartphones’ cameras are so popular, we all wonder how the cameras on the Oppo Reno will perform. Well, you won’t be disappointed at all. Oppo has done a great job with the cameras of the Oppo Reno, even when compared to their own high standards.

According to the latest details revealed by the smartphone manufacturing giant, the Oppo Reno will come with a Sony IMX586 48MP camera sensor as the main camera which will be supported by an up to 10X optical zoom feature.

Oppo says that the smartphone will feature a super wide-angle lens and periscope telephoto triple-lens camera setup. The secondary camera in this sensor will be an 8MP super wide-angle with a 120-degree field of view while the third camera will be a 13MP periscope telephoto lens.

Oppo has also confirmed that the smartphone featuring the 10X optical zoom will also be packing a dual-frequency GPS (Global Positioning System) module which makes tracking highly accurate and noiseless. The dual-frequency GPS module is also capable of receiving satellite data seamlessly even when the device is surrounded by highly-interfering obstacles like buildings or when indoors. Lastly, this type of positioning system also works at a very high speed as it can receive multiple data packets in a single time slot.

It has also been confirmed that the Oppo Reno smartphone will be featuring an almost-bezel-less design with a screen-to-body ratio of a whopping 93.1 percent. The display panel itself is AMOLED. The Oppo Reno will obviously be running Android version 9 (Android Pie) out of the box. Even the low-tier version of the Oppor Reno with 6 GB of RAM will be able to handle the operating system with ease. The standard UX skin will be replaced by Oppo’s own ColorOS 6.0.