The Oppo Reno10 series launch date appeared yesterday in leaked ads, and today the company officially confirmed it – the new lineup will arrive seven days from today, May 24.
Oppo’s online store already posted listings and renders, preparing for the flash sale, revealing there are going to be three phones initially – vanilla Reno10, Reno10 Pro with MariSilicon X, and Reno10 Pro+ with a periscope camera.
The official images and videos confirm what we have seen in leaks so far – an oval-shaped camera island with three cameras, the bottom one being a designated portrait shooter. The Reno10 Pro+ is the only one with a visible rectangle lens, which is the distinctive feature of a prism optics used for 5x (or greater) zoom.
Just like the previous series, the Reno10 lineup appears to share the same screen with curved sides, which we assume will measure around the 6.7” we saw on the Reno9 devices. The Pro variants should take the resolution beyond 1080p, but we have to wait until the official launch to have this rumor confirmed.
What we do know is the memory configurations – the Reno10 will be available with 8/256 GB or 12/256 GB, while the Pro versions will arrive with 16 GB RAM and a choice between 256 GB and 512 GB.
The design on the back is also the same, and only the small writing next to the portrait cam will help us to differentiate between the models. Also, there is a Purple color option that is apparently reserved for the Pro+.
The international scene often gets the Reno phones between three and five months after their domestic announcement. We are yet to see the Reno9 escape China, and with the current temp, we can only hope Oppo skips the series entirely and brings the Reno10 faster.