Last November, Oppo revealed its Reno11 series phones in China, and in January, they launched the global versions – Oppo Reno11 and Oppo Reno11 Pro. Now, they’ve introduced the Oppo Reno11 F. Based on their past releases, we anticipate the next models to come around July.
Rumors suggest Oppo is already developing the Reno12 series, though there’s no official confirmation. However, tipster Smart Pikachu has leaked some camera details about the Reno12 series on Weibo. According to the tipster, the Oppo Reno12 series will use a new customized Sony sensor, promising better photography features.
The Oppo Reno11 Series’ regular and Pro versions come with 50MP main cameras, but the F model boasts a 64MP one. We’re curious about how many phones the Reno12 series will have and what their main camera resolutions will be. Right now, specific camera information is still a mystery.
It’s important to note that the Chinese versions of Reno11 and Reno11 Pro use the Dimensity 8200 and Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chips, respectively. Meanwhile, the global models come with Dimensity 7050 and Dimensity 8200. The Reno11 F also runs on the Dimensity 7050 chip. Rumors suggest the Reno 12 might use the MediaTek MTK 24M chip, and the Reno 12 Pro could have the MediaTek Dimensity 9200. OPPO might also plan different variants for various markets.
Stay tuned as more details about the phones will likely surface online soon. We’ll make sure to keep you informed.