Reno Lite: Oppo's entry-level and large-format smartphone from TENAA

After the Reno d'Oppo which appeared this weekend on the Chinese e-commerce site, it is the turn of his little brother, the Reno Lite, to be leaked before his announcement . Several images of the smartphone have been put online on the TENAA website.

On April 10, Oppo will officially introduce its new brand Reno, as well as the first two smartphones in this range: Reno and Reno Lite. If the first of them has already been seen on the Chinese site, it is now more accessible model to be the subject of different leaks.
The site of TENAA, the Chinese telecom certification body, has indeed put online the page dedicated to Reno Lite, known as the PCAM10 model. We can discover the smartphone with a front view, side and back. Unlike the Oppo Reno, it does not seem that the smartphone offers a fingerprint reader in the screen, but just one on the back. Moreover, it seems that the smartphone offers a double camera in the back. The power button would be positioned to the right, while the volume keys would be on the left edge.
A large 6.5 inch screen
Moreover, the page of the TENAA makes it possible to discover other information such as the rather large size of the device (162 x 76.1 x 8.3 mm) with a weight of 190 grams, its TFT LCD screen of 6, 5 inches with 2340 pixels by 1080, its large battery of 3 910 mAh, its memory of 4 or 6 GB of RAM or its storage of 128 GB. Moreover, we learn that the smartphone will be equipped with sensors 16 and 2 megapixels at back, and a 16-megapixel sensor in front. Nevertheless, unlike the classic Oppo Reno, it does not seem that the Reno Lite incorporates a retractable camera in front, since we can distinguish a lens above the screen.
We should know more about Reno Lite and Oppo Reno next week. It is indeed April 10 that the Chinese manufacturer should officially present its new brand.


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