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Here is Oppo Reno 3 in a couple of leaked real life images

We have already seen plenty of leaked reports on Oppo's upcoming Reno 3 series of smartphones, that is all set to make it's formal debut on December 26 in Hangzhou city of China. Lately we have seen the Reno 3 Pro and the vanilla Reno 3 model both show up on TENAA's certification database, spilling out all the information we are interested in. Today we have a couple of real life high definition pictures surface from the Chinese social media platform, where we see the next generation Reno 3 being handheld, again giving us a look at it's internal specs and the overall design.

In the first image above we can see the phone featuring the same water drop style notch screen housing the single front facing camera, also displaying some of it's details on-screen, like we have already seen in the past. The phone again carries a model number PCPM00 that's is similar to the TENAA's listing and also tells us that the unit packs 8GB of RAM and 128GB of on board storage. We also understand the phone supports dual SIM capability and runs on Android's version 10, topped with Oppo's ColorOS version 7. Both the new forthcoming handsets from the Reno fleet are confirmed to support dual-model SA/NSA 5G connectivity.

The user also posted a different image showing off Reno 3's back, which appears to be in glossy Blue paint job, we doubt if it's a glass construction also giving us a glance of it's vertically aligned triple camera arrangement with an additional sensor and LED flash.

Source: Weibo