During this year's Snapdragon Summit, OPPO announced that they'll launch the OPPO Reno 3 Pro running one of Qualcomm's newly announced Snapdragon SOCs. There have been an official revelation on the Chinese website of OPPO, a few hours ago & we now know how the OPPO Reno 3 Pro looks, alongside a couple of key specifications.
The OPPO Reno 3 Pro takes it's design inspirations from Samsung's book & includes a 3D curved display on both sides, a punch hole camera on the front & a vertical quad camera system on the back. The top & bottom chins are very very thin & they have still managed a to fit the earpiece at the top.
What's interesting about the Reno 3 Pro is, the SOC that is powering it. The OPPO Reno 3 Pro is powered by the Snapdragon 765G. This is the Mid-range SOC that Qualcomm announced during this year's Snapdragon Summit. The Snapdragon 765G does support 5G & mmWave so, it'll be able to pull some crazy download speeds at a comparatively lower price point. It should also be eligible for GPU driver updates, directly from the Google Play Store. Don't think this will be cheap though but, it'll definitely won't as expensive as the Snapdragon 865 powered flagships. By the way, OPPO is coming with a Snapdragon 865 powered smartphone, sometime in Q1 of 2020.
We also know that there are two memory configurations for the Reno 3 Pro. The base variant spots 8GB RAM with 128GB of Internal Storage while the maxed out variant has 12GB of RAM with 256GB of Internal Storage. The phone is just 7.7 mm thick & weights around 171 grams. There is a 4025 mAh Battery & the device does support OPPO's new VOOC 4.0 charging system alongside Wireless Charging. We don't know exactly when the device is launching in China but, probably within a few weeks. Hopefully it'll launch in other markets like the US & India, shortly after that.