The Oppo Reno9 series is already in the works, and reports are it will come with a 4,500 mAh battery and a unified charging standard. Now spy shots of the phone appeared online, revealing most of its design and some extra details.
The main change, coming from the Reno8, is the more conventional camera island design, although the cameras themselves retain the same alignment.
The phone has a punch hole in the center, which was a feature only on the Reno8 Pro variants, but is now spreading down the ranks. Unfortunately, there’s little we’ve heard about the vanilla Reno9’s internals and camera setup.
The Oppo Reno9 Pro+ is reportedly powered by a Dimensity 8000 and will have a 50MP camera with a Sony IMX766 sensor, widely used across the whole portfolio of Oppo smartphones. The Pro+ and the regular Pro is tipped to debut in China next month with the vanilla we are seeing here taking a bit longer to go official.
Source (in Chinese) | Via