Oppo’s Reno lineup has always been a people’s favourite with its bang for the buck quality. The phone usually offers an innovative design. The company does everything to advertise it well too. They ran a great campaign with the Reno during the Cricket World Cup back in 2019. Now, we are all set to see the Oppo Reno5 Pro+, a flagship from the company. The phone was teased at the start of the month to come out in the following weeks. We now have some interesting detail on the device.

According to this article from GSMArena, the company would outfit the device with a Sony sensor on the back. This would be a 50MP IMX766 sensor on the back. What makes it special is the fact that this would be the first device featuring it. This is not the first time the Oppo Reno series shines in the camera department. Remember the original Oppo Reno with the Sharkfin design and the ability to zoom in so much.

The main sensor would be coupled by three other cameras on the back. These would be the 16MP ultra-wide sensor, the 13MP telephoto camera and a 2MP depth sensor. The phone would have support for 5G and would be running on the SD865 chipset. Although, not the fastest one but, it would do the job just as well. The phone would start off with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.

As for the battery, these Chinese companies are pretty liberal with the battery capacities and the Reno 5+ Pro would be no different. According to the report, it would support a 4500mAh battery with support for 65W fast charging! It would be officially announced at Oppo’s event on December 24th.