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OPPO Reno3 Pro 5G is only 7.7mm, one of the thinnest with dual-mode connection.

Oppo has released the first official image of the OPPO Reno 3 Pro 5G calling attention to a feature of the smartphone, it is only 7.7mm thick and, as the company itself mentions in tute, may be the thinnest phone presented with the technology. 5G. The vice president of the company also highlights the material used for the construction of the device, its glass body, which should give a differential in finishing the design of the device. In addition, it 5G dual-mode, meeting the broad need of its consumers and strengthening the brand in different segments without losing the momentum expected by the arrival of the new connection technology.

The thickness, however, does not take into account the protrusion of the rear camera, but still maintains a good number. Highlight also for the excellent use of screen according to the image disclosed, the handset has very thin edges, something that emphasized with the curves of the screen on the sides. In the picture you can see the power button on the side but you can not see the front camera, as it is thin it is also difficult to imagine that comes a pop-up camera system for selfie. Where is the camera OPPO Reno3 Pro 5G remains a mystery.

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Oppo prepares to launch the smartphone in December, as revealed at the ColorOS 7 launch event, there are still no device specifications confirmed. Anyway, the device is dual-mode 5G, arrives with the possibility of connecting in networks SA (Standalone) and NSA (Not Standalone), use the new or old (4G) data network to connect. This is an alternative widely studied by Chinese companies, Xiaomi and Realme are already preparing to offer devices that operate in this way.

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