A few days into December, OPPO took the covers off the OPPO Reno5 and OPPO Reno5 Pro smartphones in its home country.
Meanwhile, during the launch event of the Reno5 duo, the Chinese smartphone maker announced that it would unveil the Reno5 Pro+ flagship device on December 24 in China.
A while back, the phone appeared in the database of TEENA. The TEENA listing of the phone revealed its entire specifications and more.
The listing further reveals that its rear camera setup features a 50-megapixel primary shooter.
Now, the Chinese firm took to Weibo today to confirm that the Pro+ variant of the Reno5 will come with the Sony IMX766 sensor.
The resolution of the primary sensor suggest that the lens is a custom-made camera jointly designed and produced by Sony and OPPO for the Reno5 Pro+.
Interestingly, the Reno5 Pro+ 5G will be the world’s first phone to feature the Sony IMX766 primary lens.
The company shared an official poster of the smartphone, and it reveals that the handset would arrive with a rectangular-shaped rear camera module and a back panel with a textured design.
The rear panel sports a matte colour finish, and the camera module houses four cameras.
Based on the TEENA listing, the camera system comprises of a 50-megapixel primary shooter followed by a super-wide 16-megapixel shooter, a 13-megapixel telephoto lens, and a 2-megapixel macro shooter.
On the front side, it comes with a 32-megapixel selfie shooter.
Under the hood, the Snapdragon 865 mobile platform powers the Reno5 Pro+ 5G. Speculations have it that it would arrive with a 4,500mAh battery that supports 65W rapid charging.
It may come with a 6.55-inch AMOLED panel that produces a Full HD+ resolution, supports an in-screen fingerprint scanner, and a 90Hz refresh rate.
The pricing details of the phone remains a mystery, and it’s unlikely the phone launches in other markets asides China.