OPPO Reno 9

Details about the OPPO Reno 9 have been made public.


In China, the OPPO Reno 9 series is likely to come out next month or in December 2022. The company plans to release at least three phones by the end of the year. Among these are the Reno 9, the Reno 9 Pro, and the Reno 9 Pro Plus. The Reno 9 series from OPPO is likely to come out in India early in 2019. As the rumoured release date gets closer, a new leak has shown the specs and features of the vanilla Reno 9 5G.

For the plain Reno model, OPPO is said to switch to a Snapdragon 700-series processor. The Reno 8 came out with a MediaTek Dimensity 1300 SoC, on the other hand. Let’s look at what we know so far about the OPPO Reno 9’s features, specs, and other details.

OPPO Reno 9 Specifications

The company’s new upper-middle-range smartphone, the OPPO Reno 9, will come out in China later this year. The launch in India is likely to come next. Before the official release date of the Reno 9 is announced, a leak from Digital Chat Station (via) has shown what the phone can do.

The source says that the Reno 9 will have a 6.7-inch OLED screen with a fingerprint scanner under the screen. The screen will have a 120Hz refresh rate, which is better than the 90Hz panel on the Reno 8. A live picture of the phone that got out showed that there will also be a hole-punch cutout in the middle of the top.

The live images also showed that the back of the Reno 9 will have three cameras. The main camera will be an OmniVision OV64B with 64MP. Right now, we don’t know much about the other two sensors.

The Reno 9 5G will have a Snapdragon 778G SoC under the hood. When it comes out, it will have up to 12GB of RAM.

The phone is also said to come with a 4500mAh battery that can be charged quickly with 67W. Some of the earlier leaks said that the phone would support the 40W Universal Fast Charging Specifications (UFCS) standards. The Reno 9 will still charge slower than the Reno 8, which supports 80W fast charging. What do you think of the leaked specs for the Reno 9 series? Tell us in the comments section below.

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