Oppo Reno4 and Oppo Reno4 Pro: The first real photos leaked

The stream of news concerning the upcoming Oppo Reno4 and Reno4 Pro, two devices that will see the light of the sun on June 5, never seems to stop. In fact, just yesterday we saw the first render of the Oppo Reno4, while today we are going to see some real photos of both smartphones.

Oppo Reno4 and Oppo Reno4 Pro: The first real photos leaked

Oppo reno4 pro

Let's start with the first image that clearly shows us the Oppo Reno4 Pro. The device seems to adopt a curved screen with a single camera in a hole in the upper left corner. The edges also seem very thin, except for the lower one, which is thicker but which we can still consider below average.

Oppo reno4 pro

On the back we find the three cameras whose design we have known for a couple of weeks.

Oppo reno4 pro

Turning to the Oppo Reno4, the smartphone seems to arrive with a design identical to that of the render leaked yesterday. So we can assume that the basic version will equip a flat screen, instead of a curved one, two cameras at the top left in a pillar hole and a lower edge more often than the older brother.

Oppo reno4 pro

As for the back instead, here too we find three traffic light cameras, accompanied by an LED flash and an autofocus sensor.

Finally, remember that both the Oppo Reno4 and the Reno4 Pro will be two 5G devices powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset. Additionally, several rumors suggest that the Reno4 Pro's screen is 6,55 inches diagonal; while the Reno4 will have a 6,43-inch display.

Among the three rear cameras we will find a 48 MP primary camera which in the Pro version is supported by the OIS (optical image stabilization), then there will be a secondary 13MP with ultra wide lens and a 12MP with telephoto lens. The base Reno4 arrives with the same 48MP camera but without OIS, an 8MP secondary one and a 2MP depth sensor.

Both smartphones will support a 65 W fast charge and will be equipped with 4.000mAh batteries.

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