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As we know Oppo is launching a new sub-brand called Reno on April 10 in China. The company’s Vice President Shen Yiren confirmed the Reno name along with a colorful logo that suggests the sub-brand aims to attract the youth. Ahead of its official launch, the first smartphone under Reno sub-brand has leaked online, revealing the triple camera setup.
At Mobile World Congress, the Chinese smartphone maker had announced that its first smartphone with 10x lossless zoom will debut in the second quarter of this year. However, Shen Yiren, Oppo VP announced last week that the company will introduce a smartphone with its 10x lossless zoom feature in April.
The Reno’s video teaser has also been leaked, and the clip tips a 10x optical lossless zoom lens. The 10x zoom technology relies on a triple camera setup, which helps solves the difficulties of the multi-focal length and continuous zoom obstacles to lossless zoom.
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Despite all the leaks for the rear, there’s still no idea of how the front of the OPPO Reno will look like.
The render further suggests there will not be a physical fingerprint sensor, which means that the Reno phone will come with an in-display fingerprint sensor. As we cannot verify the authenticity of the render, it is best to take it with a pinch of salt. There is still no information about the display, whether it will sport a notch or hole punch.Things should be clearer in the days leading up to the launch of the Reno phone.