Oppo has revealed that it will launch the Reno 9 series on November 24 in China. The series will succeed the Reno 8 series, which was introduced in China back in May. The series is expected to include the Reno 9, the Reno 9 Pro, and the Reno 9 Pro+. Meanwhile, the company has also revealed the look of the Reno 9. Have a look at the details below.
Oppo Reno 9 Series Launching in a Few Days
The official poster reveals that the Oppon Reno 9 series will launch at 2: 30 pm China time (12 pm IST) on November 24. It will be an online event and we expect Oppo to live-stream via the company’s Chinese website.
The poster also reveals the Oppo Reno 9 design, which is akin to that of the Reno 8 phones. There are rear camera housings and a display with a center-placed hole punch cutout. Oppo has also showcased the color variants that will be available. You will be able to choose from shimmery gold, black, blue, and rainbow-colored options.
The Reno 9 series is touted to be sleek with a thickness of 7.19mm. We also expect several camera-focused features like Dual-Core Portrait, a mode to shoot against the light, and many more. Proper details should be out at the time of launch. The phones will also come with the MariSilicon X NPU for better image processing and AI capabilities.
As for the spec sheet, nothing is concrete as of now. But, we do have a bunch of leaks to look into at the moment. It is speculated that the Reno 9 will come with a Snapdragon 778G chipset, 64MP dual rear cameras, 67W fast charging, and more. The Reno 9 Pro could go for a MediaTek Dimensity 8100-Max SoC, and 50MP rear cameras, among other details.
The Reno 9 Pro+ will be the eldest of them all with the possibility of using a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. It could come with support for 80W fast charging, 50MP triple rear cameras, and more. The Oppo Reno 9 series is also expected to fall in the mid-range category, much like its predecessors.
We will need a lot more information to get a proper idea about the Oppo Reno 9 series. Since we are a few days away from this, it’s best to wait. We will keep you in the loop, so, stay tuned.
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