The Oppo Reno3 Series unveiled in China in December last year, and now, Oppo is all set to launch the Reno4 Series. Today (23-May), a couple of posters of the Oppo Reno4 revealed the new camera setup design. Compared to the rear design of Reno3, the design is completely different this time, and maybe Oppo wanted to highlight the cameras on this handset, and that’s why the design is new for the camera setup this time.
The poster showcases a quad-camera setup on the rear and the three camera sensors are huge compared to the fourth one. Also, the poster reveals some specifications of Oppo Reno4. The Reno4 will be carrying 65W fast charging support, ultra steady camera, and 5G connectivity. The side of the device shows a power button and not a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, hence there can be an AMOLED display on Oppo Reno4. Another interesting thing is that on the rear, we can see the “Glow” branding. In April, Oppo filed a new trademark European Union Intellectual Property Office for “Reno Glow”. At the moment there is no information about what “Glow” refers to. It could be related to cameras since that’s the main part of Oppo Reno4.