Officially: OPPO Reno 7 smartphones will be the first in the world to receive a front-facing camera with a Sony IMX709 sensor

By: Miroslav Trynko | 23.11.2021, 14:08
Officially: OPPO Reno 7 smartphones will be the first in the world to receive a front-facing camera with a Sony IMX709 sensor

OPPO continues to tease the features of the new Reno 7 line of smartphones on the Weibo social network.

What is it this time

The manufacturer has published a poster according to which the series devices will be the first smartphones on the market to receive a front camera with a new Sony IMX709 sensor. It is called "cat's eye". It will have a resolution of 32 MP and will boast proprietary RGBW image technology. In such a bundle, the camera will take pictures with 60% improved photosensitivity and reduced noise by 30%.  

As a reminder, there will be three models in the new series: Reno 7 SE, Reno 7 and Reno 7 Pro... The base one will receive a 6.43-inch AMOLED display, a Dimensity 900 chip, a triple camera with 48 MP + 2 MP + 2 MP, 8 GB of RAM, 128/256 GB of ROM, an expansion function, IPX4 protection and a 4500 mAh battery with a 33-watt charging. Reno 7 will feature a slim body, Snapdragon 778G processor, increased up to 65W charging and a triple camera with a 64MP main module. As for the top model Reno 7 Pro, it will boast a flagship Dimensity 1200-Max chip and a 50MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP camera.

The release of the devices will take place this Thursday, November 25th. Smartphones will be presented along with wireless headphones OPPO Free 2i and TV OPPO Smart TV R1 Enjoy Edition...

A source: OPPO