Oppo Reno7 Pro to Feature Triple Cameras, Punch Hole Selfie Camera, Thin Bezels, Design Renders Leaked

Let’s take a look at the Oppo Reno7 Pro design images, specs and other details tipped ahead of the official unveiling.

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Oppo recently launched the Reno6 series in India. The company is rumoured to launch the Reno7 series by the end of this year. We can expect Oppo to launch three smartphones as the successor of the Reno6 series. These include the Reno7, Reno 7 Pro and 7 Pro Plus. Oppo is yet to confirm the official launch date of the Reno7 series. Ahead of the launch, some key details of the Reno7 series have leaked online. The latest leak by LetsGoDigital reveals the possible design of the device. Let’s take a look at the Oppo Reno7 Pro design images, specs and other details tipped ahead of the official unveiling.

Oppo Reno7 Pro design

Oppo is likely to refresh the Reno series with the launch of the Reno7 Pro later this year. The design patent images reveal that the phone will have a flat display. Unlike the curved display of the Reno6 Pro, the 7 Pro will have thin bezels around the display. The patient images further reveal that there will be a tiny hole-punch camera cutout at the top left corner of the display. The phone will also sport flat top and bottom edges.

On the back, there will be a triple-camera array inside the rectangular camera module. There is a quad-LED flash module below the camera sensors. The left edge houses the volume keys, whereas the power button is located on the right edge. Oppo will house the SIM tray next to the USB Type-C port and speaker grille on the bottom edge.

According to previous leaks, the phone is rumoured to house a 50MP primary camera sensor. It will have the same Sony IMX766 sensor found on the OnePlus 9 series and Oppo’s own Find X3 Pro. The device is also likely to feature a 13MP telephoto camera with 2X optical zoom and a 3MP microscope camera, which could be the same one found on the Find X3 Pro. More details of the device should surface as we get closer to the launch.

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