Oppo released the Reno10 trio in China last month, but it is now preparing to introduce the significantly modified versions in other countries. The Reno10 and Reno10Pro worldwide variations have now surfaced on Geekbench, giving us a good idea of what to anticipate.
An 8GB RAM and MediaTek Dimensity 7050 processor are included in the Oppo Reno10 (CPH-2531). For reference, the Reno10’s SoC on the Chinese model is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G. The international Reno10 scored 2,340 multi-core points and 956 single-core points. Additionally, Android 13 and ColorOS 13.1 are likely loaded on the smartphone.
A Snapdragon 778G CPU and 12GB RAM are included in the worldwide Oppo Reno10 Pro (CPH2525). It scored 1,025 points on the single-core test and 2,696 on the multi-core test. Along with ColorOS 13.1, Android 13 is also booted by the device.
The global version of the Reno10 will have a curved 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, according to a thorough specs leak from earlier this month. The same 50MP primary camera (1.56″ sensor, 1.0m), a 32MP telephoto/portrait lens (2x optical zoom), and an 8MP ultrawide module will all be located on the rear.
The 4,600 mAh battery is anticipated to remain in the worldwide Reno10 Pro, however charging will only need 80W as opposed to 100W on the Chinese version. Due to its IP54 classification, the forthcoming Reno10 Pro will have an advantage over its Chinese rival in terms of ingress protection.