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Check the certification announcing the arrival of OPPO Reno 3 Pro in Europe

With all the delays and cancellations of techological events due to the Coronovirus pandemic, now when a smartphone is presented in China one wonders if it will ever really arrive in our market. In fact, if the manufacturers have got used to it too well that the launch of a device almost immediately corresponded to an international version now because of the Covid-19 it seems to have returned to at least 5 years ago.

The same thing is happening to the recent OPPO Reno 3 Pro, presented in December in China together with its younger brother, and currently confined to China because there is no trace of a European debut. But something seems to be moving in the right direction. News of poco ago about the sighting of a variant dedicated to the Indian market, equipped with Helio P95 processor and Dual Selfie Camera, but soon we could all benefit from OPPO Reno 3 Pro, in consideration of a Bluetooth certification that appeared online a few hours ago.

Check the certification announcing the arrival of OPPO Reno 3 Pro in Europe

 

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The document in question refers to a smartphone signed CPH2009 and confirms the presence of a 6.5 ″ AMOLED panel and Snapdragon 765G (SM7250) chipset. Furthermore, the Bluetooth SIG certification also highlights a 32 MP selfie camera and a 48 + 13 + 8 + 2 MP Quad Camera, clear clues that OPPO may soon release its Reno 3 Pro for the global market, probably with 5G connectivity.

Everything must be officially confirmed by the company, now engaged in the launch of Find X2 and X2 Pro which will take place on March 6th. Probably passed the spotlight for the two flagships, OPPO could organize the launch in Europe of Reno 3 Pro and who knows if it does not take the ball to bring us directly a trio of devices composed of Find X2, X2 Pro and OPPO Reno 3 Pro. E which one do you prefer among the three devices?

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