Oppo Reno 12 Specs Ousted on TENAA Listing Ahead of Launch

Oppo is all set to unveil its latest Reno12 series on May 23 in China, and the excitement is palpable. Building up to the launch, the company has already given us a sneak peek into the Reno12’s design, and now, thanks to TENAA, we have the complete specifications at our fingertips.

The listing confirms that the Reno12 will be powered by the new Dimensity 8250 chipset, while maintaining the same battery capacity and screen size as its predecessor, the Reno11.

Expect a stunning 6.7” OLED display with Full HD+ resolution, although images are yet to be added to the listing. We anticipate slightly curved edges for enhanced ergonomics, making handling a breeze.

At a mere 7.25 mm thickness and weighing just 179 grams, the Reno12 is impressively lightweight compared to other midrange offerings in today’s market, which often tip the scales close to 200 grams.

Under the hood, the 4nm chipset promises robust CPU performance, boasting one core clocked at 3.1 GHz and three cores at 3.0 GHz, alongside an upgraded GPU for enhanced graphics capabilities.

Photography enthusiasts will delight in the Reno12’s camera setup, which includes a whopping 50 MP front camera and a versatile triple camera array on the rear. This setup comprises a 50 MP main camera, an 8 MP ultrawide camera, and a 50 MP telephoto camera with 2x optical zoom.

Fueling all these features is a minimum battery capacity of 4,880 mAh, translating to a typical capacity of 5,000 mAh. Additionally, the Reno12 will run on ColorOS 14, based on Android 14, and will feature convenient amenities like an IR blaster and an under-display fingerprint scanner.

The Reno12 will be offered in four memory configurations: 12/256 GB, 12/512 GB, 16/256 GB, and 16/512 GB. While color options are yet to be revealed, anticipation is mounting as we await the official pricing announcement at the launch event, just six days away. Stay tuned for more updates!

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