OPPO Reno 10, 10 Pro, 10 Pro+ likely to feature these chipsets

OPPO is reportedly working on the Reno 10 series of smartphones for the Chinese market. Since the Reno 9 lineup debuted in November 2022 in China, it is likely that the Reno 10 series may break cover in May or June this year. A new leak, courtesy of a Chinese tipster, has revealed the number of devices that will be a part of the Reno 10 series. In addition, the leak also revealed the names of the chipsets that will power the upcoming Reno models.

According to the tipster, the Reno 10 family will include the Reno 10, Reno 10 Pro, and Reno 10 Pro+. These devices are likely to be powered by the Dimensity 8100, Snapdragon 7 Plus Gen 1, and Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 (under-clocked version), respectively.

For those who don’t know, the Snapdragon 7 Plus Gen 1 chip is expected to launch in the next few weeks. The same chip is expected to power other models, such as the Redmi Note 12T Turbo and the Realme GT Neo 5 Lite.

The underclocked version of the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 was first seen on the Reno 9 Pro+. The Reno 9 and 9 Pro are powered by the Snapdragon 778G and Dimensity 8100, respectively. The Reno 9 series hasn’t been released in markets outside of China.

According to the tipster, the Reno 10 SE also belongs to the Reno 10 series. However, he did not share any information on the chipset that powers the device.






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