Oppo will unveil the Reno8 series on May 23 and while the company has posted copious amounts of images of the new models, it’s hard to tell which model is which. Luckily, the trio leaked yesterday, complete with several images of each. Now leakster Evan Blass has even more images to show, so let’s try to spot the differences.
Starting with the Oppo Reno8, it has three cameras, each on its, plus a circular LED flash. The phone has a punch hole camera in the upper left corner and the bezel below the screen isn’t the thinnest.
The Oppo Reno8 Pro gets an upgraded camera department – you can tell by the “Powered by MariSilicon” label, which the name of Oppo’s in-house ISP. Also, the third circle is broken down into several sensors.
This brings us to the Oppo Reno8 Pro+. The camera layout on the rear appears to be the same, though the MariSilicon label has moved. On the front, the punch hole camera is now centered.
With all that in mind, here are some official images of the phones, which should now be easy to tell apart:
If you didn’t quite get it, you can go back for another look with the image comparison tool (hit the button on the bottom right of the image row):
Besides the three phones, the May 23 event will also feature a new Oppo tablet and new TWS buds.
The Oppo Pad Air will focus on being thin and light according to the company. Also coming are the Oppo Enco R buds. Here are the official images posted by Oppo:
Blass has more images to share:
Check back on Monday for the full details on the upcoming Oppo Reno8 series, the Tab Air and the new buds.