With an aim to expand its device portfolio, Oppo has announced a new ‘Reno’ series of phones for the Chinese market. This series, that will be an addition to the already available smartphone lineups from Oppo like the R-Series and the F-Series, will officially launch on April 10 and a landing page is already live. However, the page does not have any information about the phones under the new lineup, but it is asking people to register to get updates via SMS about the upcoming phones.
According to the official China website, the new lineup gets a colourful ‘Reno’ logo to apparently target younger buyers. The announcement comes almost a week after the company launched the Oppo F11 and the F11 Pro smartphones at an event in Mumbai. Not only that, the company has confirmed that next month it will launch a phone that will have its latest technology the 10x Lossless Zoom.
The Chinese tech company has already confirmed this upcoming phone with 10x zoom will be powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC, however, there is no word on whether it will also come with 5G support. It could support 5G if the company decides to use an X50 modem. It is also confirmed to come equipped with a 4065mAh battery. It is possible that this device could be the Oppo Find X successor called the Find Z.