[Breaking] Alleged Patent Images of Oppo Reno7 Series Reveals Design

Oppo Reno7 Series
Alleged Patent Images of Oppo Reno7 Series

Oppo is reportedly working on launching the Reno7 series as early as next month. Recent reports have spilled the phone’s key specifications, and now we have managed to unearth the device’s patent images on the CNIPA patent portal, which reveals the complete design. Although there is no mention of the device in the patent filing, it is most likely a Reno7 series phone, as it is the only flagship series coming soon from Oppo.

The patent images reveal that the phone has a highly curved display with a punch-hole cutout at the upper-left side for the selfie camera. It appears to have almost no bezels, giving a high screen-to-body ratio. The Oppo phone has a rectangular camera module on the back, which seems to be housing three sensors in a vertical fashion and a quad-LED unit below it.

The device has a power button on the right side and, on the left, it has volume rockers. Since there is no fingerprint scanner on the power button or the rear side, it is most likely to be embedded under the display. The phone has a microphone hole at the top edge, while the bottom portion has cutouts for a sim tray, USB Type-C port, and a speaker grille.

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Oppo Reno7 series will reportedly include three devices – Oppo Reno7, Reno7 Pro, and Reno7 Pro+. The standard Reno7 is said to pack Dimensity 900 SoC. The Reno7 Pro could feature Dimensity 1200 SoC, and the top-end Reno7 Pro+ is said to have the Snapdragon 888 chipset. According to previous reports, the Reno7 series will bring significant camera improvements over the Reno6 series. The Oppo Reno7 may come with a 50MP Sony IMX766 main camera and an AMOLED panel with high refresh rate support.

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