The Oppo Reno7 series seemingly leaked in full at the end of October, but now Digital Chat Station has chipped in with some details (in a now-deleted post) that don’t quite line up with what we heard before. The details do stick closer to the Reno7 leak from mid-October.
The series will feature four models, but we’ll ignore the SE for now. So, here’s the breakdown (according to DCS), starting with the Oppo Reno7 Pro+. It will have a customized Dimensity 1200-Max chipset, a 50 MP main camera and a 4,500 mAh battery with 65W fast charging. This phone will be thin and light at 7.45 mm and 180g, it will also feature stereo speakers and an X-axis linear motor.
The Oppo Reno6 Pro will use a Snapdragon 778G chipset instead. Also, it will switch to a 64 MP camera, 60W fast charging for the 4,500 mAh battery and will be chunkier at 7.6 mm and 185g.
The vanilla Oppo Reno6 will get the Dimensity 900 chipset, same 64 MP camera and slower 33W charging for its 4,500 mAh battery. This one will be as thin as the Pro+ at 7.45 mm but will be even lighter at 171g. All three models will have 90 Hz displays.
Assuming the mid-October leak was describing the Pro+, that 90 Hz display will be a 6.5” 1080p+ AMOLED panel, the 50 MP camera will use a Sony IMX766 sensor (no OIS) and will be joined by an 8 MP ultra wide (IMX355 with autofocus for macro shots), the selfie camera will have a 32 MP sensor (IMX615). That rumor put the pricing at CNY 3,000 ($465) for the base 8/256 GB model with an optional CNY 3,300 ($515) upgrade to 12 GB of RAM.
The end of October leak was promising a 120 Hz display and a Snapdragon 888 for the Pro model, but that’s higher-end than anything DCS detailed. Oppo did release a Reno6 Pro(+) with both a Dimensity 1200 and a Snapdragon 870, so we’re not ready to rule out either leak. It’s not yet clear when Oppo will make the Reno7 series official, so for now we’ll have to keep guessing.