Oppo is getting ready to launch its new flagship smartphone in China, called the Reno Ace and now, we might have some more details about the phone. Besides debuting the new 65W SuperVOOC fast charging technology and a 90Hz display, a leaked promo image and alleged TENAA listing suggest that it will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC and will have four rear cameras. We also get a first good look at the design of the Reno Ace and the two colours options the phone will debut with.
Oppo’s next big terminal has not suffered the same fate, and its main details have been revealed before its presentation. He Oppo Reno Ace, which the brand had already referred to when it announced its next generation of charging systems and that the load is expected to be completed in just over 25 minutes.
Reno Ace, Oppo’s reference to end 2019
The features, revealed in GizmoChina add to SuperVOOC 2.0 other specifications typical of any high range by the end of the year. Among them is the recent Snapdragon 855+, which is confirmed thanks to the somewhat higher frequencies we see in this half-generation processor.
To this processor would be added a generous volatile memory of 12 GB, along with 256 GB of internal storage. This latest data is in line with the great memories seen in the last generations of devices, such as the original Reno – which already has successors – and the Zoom 10x Edition.
Its screen we would see a 6.5-inch Amoled panel and FullHD + resolution (1080p), while in the camera section four usual sensors would arrive in part of the most recent releases: main sensor, which would be 48 MP; a 3x optical zoom periscope camera, in 13 MP; an ultra wide angle camera in 8 MP and finally a 2 MP sensor probably for depth processing tasks.
The battery that appears in this Oppo Reno Ace is 1,950 mAh but it is more than likely that it is a double cell, as we saw in the Oppo Find X and RX17 Pro. This would fit with a minimum of 3,900 mAh, or 4,000 mAh for its target capacity that we saw in the presentation of the new charging systems.
As for its launch, Oppo confirmed last week that it would arrive during the month of October. With the Galaxy Note 10, iPhone 11 and Mate 30 presented, this is next to the Pixel 4 and the OnePlus 7T of one of the few major releases that remain to be seen in the remainder of 2019.