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Oppo Reno10 Pro will transition to a lower-resolution, and Snapdragon 778G

Oppo Reno10 Pro will transition to a lower-resolution, and Snapdragon 778G. The Oppo Reno10 Pro that was introduced in China a few weeks ago is not the device that will be marketed internationally. According to specifications provided by leaker @Sudhanshu1414, a Snapdragon 778G will take the place of the previous model’s Dimensity 8200.

Oppo Reno10 Pro will transition to a lower-resolution, and Snapdragon 778G

In terms of CPU and GPU performance, the older Qualcomm chip behind its more modern MediaTek opponent by a wide margin. The updated display, a 6.7″ 1,080 x 2,412px AMOLED instead of the higher resolution 6.74″ 1,240 x 2,772px screen of the Chinese edition, will lessen its burden a little. Both monitors have 10-bit, 120Hz curved screens.

Oppo Reno10 Pro Specification

With the option to add 12GB virtual RAM, Oppo will reduce the RAM capacity from 16GB to 12GB (LPDDR4X). Storage will always limited to 256GB. The phone will come pre-installed with Android 13. In addition, the SuperVOOC charger will reduced from 100W to 80W, although the battery capacity will stay the same at 4,600mAh.

The actual camera hardware unchanged, despite the camera island’s new appearance. It has a 50MP primary camera (1.56″ sensor, 1.0 m), an f/1.8 lens with OIS, and other features. There is also an 8MP ultra wide (1/4″, 1.12 m) and a 32MP telephoto lens (should be 2x magnification, IMX709 sensor). A 32MP sensor with exceptional quality will used on the selfie camera.

Oppo Reno10 Pro Price, Availability

However, because there isn’t a MariSilicon label there, it’s possible that it removed. Interestingly, it appears that the worldwide model will have a basic IP54 designation for dust and water protection (protected from dust, protected from water splashes). There is no official rating for the Chinese phone.

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