Oppo Reno6, Reno6 Pro and Reno6 Pro + are liked in the official renders; The base model has flat edges like the iPhone 12

Oppo Reno6, Reno6 Pro and Reno6 Pro + are liked in the official renders;  The base model has flat edges like the iPhone 12

A day after the teaser announced by which Oppo announced the launch of the series of phones Renault 6 On May 27 in China, the company today decided to post a series of official renders directly on its website – images associated with the Reno6 and Reno6 Pro variants. Meanwhile, the third model in the lineup, the Oppo Reno6 Pro +, has appeared in the images on the JD.com platform and we see it all below.

(Reno6)

As you well know, the latest models in the Reno series (here referring to Reno4 and Reno5) made slight changes to the design separation, opting for the same rear camera placement, and even for similar shades. Things are now beginning to change, at least in the case of the vanilla Reno6 that you see above, which chooses the flat edges of the metal frame, such as the iPhone 12. It will come with a flat screen of 90 Hz, will provide charging of 65 watts and will be available in black, blue and white.

Oppo Reno6 Pro +

(Reno6 Pro +)

In the case of the Reno6 Pro, we expect to see a hardware bundle containing the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 octa-core processor as its core, while on the Reno6 Pro + we’ll see the solution instead. Snapdragon 870. There is also a teaser video below that shows us the seasonal color variants adopted by the new phones, referring to the holidays, the sea and the beach.

Other known details include the supported cameras on the Pro and Pro + models. That way, we know that the Pro model will have the following image setup: 64 MP wide + 8 MP Ultra wide + 2 MP bokeh + 2 MP Macro. The Reno6 Pro + instead comes with a 50MP (wide) + 16MP (ultra-wide) main camera + 13MP (telephoto) + 2MP (bokeh) main camera. Both are expected with a 6.55-inch FHD + screen and super refresh rate.

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I expect pricing to be the same as those of previous models and it remains to be seen if the LTE versions will also appear.

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