For weeks now, OPPO has been dropping hints for its Reno 3 smartphone with bits and pieces of info, photos and even videos. While on the unofficial side of things, an alleged live image of the Reno 3 Pro that showcases the phone’s design was recently uploaded online.
Well-known and reliable leaker IceUniverse uploaded two photos on their Twitter account which allegedly features the front and back designs of the OPPO Reno 3 Pro. It’s unknown if the photos were taken by the leaker themselves or was tipped by another person. Interestingly, the supposed Reno 3 Pro seems to be attached to a security tether which might suggest that it is displayed in a showroom of sorts.
The phone’s curved display and button placements seems to match the teaser video uploaded by OPPO Vice President Brian Shen in a past tweet, while the punch-hole selfie camera on its display, and the quad camera setup on its back seemingly confirms previous Reno 3 rumours and leaks that were circulating around the web.
According to IceUniverse, the OPPO Reno3 Pro is light and thin, features a 90Hz display, and – in their words – “almost perfect.” Meanwhile back on the official side, a video teaser showing off the phone’s impressive Ultra Steady Video Pro image stabilisation system was recently uploaded by OPPO’s Brian Shen.
The OPPO Reno 3 series is suggested by the company to launch sometime this month, but an exact date has yet to be confirmed.