Oppo will launch the Reno6 series tomorrow, but the phones have already leaked through retailer JD and @evleaks. We’ve seen plenty of product images, now we get even more and even a short promo video. This leak mostly features the middle model, the Reno6 Pro, but the other two show up in a few shots as well.
We start from the top, the Oppo Reno6 Pro+ 5G. You can tell it’s the Pro+ by the positioning of the fourth camera and LED flash on the back. On the front, both it and the regular Pro have curved displays with a single punch hole selfie camera in the top left.
Here now is the Oppo Reno6 Pro 5G. The close-up image shows a small fourth lens on the back that you may miss on first glance.
And here’s the short promo video, starring the Oppo Reno6:
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) May 26, 2021
A couple of days ago @evleaks also posted images of this case with a clever kickstand – it can also double as a selfie flash. By the looks of it this isn’t a powered case, instead it guides the light from the phone’s rear-facing flash forward. Also, it looks like the Pro and vanilla models will get such a case, perhaps the Pro+ will too.
Speaking of the vanilla Oppo Reno6 5G, this one is the easiest to tell apart thanks to its flat sides. Just don’t confuse it for the Reno6 Z 5G, which appears to be its own thing.
The two higher end models went through TENAA, which revealed the key features. The Pro+ will be powered by a Snapdragon 870 chipset and will feature a 50+16+13+2 MP camera setup (the 13 MP module has a telephoto lens). The regular Pro will get the Dimensity 1200 instead, combined with a 64+8+2+2 MP camera (no tele). Bot have 6.55” 1080p+ displays and 4,500 mAh batteries with 65W fast charging.
Reno6’s trip through TENAA left more to the imagination. We know that it will have a slightly smaller 6.43” screen and 4,200 mAh battery (that still supports 65W charging). The phone itself will be a tad smaller than the Reno5 5G.
See you tomorrow for the official reveal of the Oppo Reno6 series. It’s not clear if the Z model will join the main trio on stage, but it does have all the necessary documentation so it might.