In the last couple of weeks, OPPO has released three new Reno5 phones at two different events. A fourth one for the global audience was also leaked, and now it appears that a fifth one has been certified at 3C.
Named the OPPO Reno5 Lite 5G, the device will support 30W VOOC charging. The listing at 3C (China Compulsory Certification) is for a phone codenamed PELM00. While the official moniker has not yet been confirmed, there is much confidence in the market about this device, and OPPO might marginalize the Reno5 brand in all price categories.
As for the charging, the phone will have VOOC 4.0 since the adapter VC56HACH is the very same power brick, shipping with all other mid-rangers.
Other features are yet to be revealed, but we do expect a Dimensity chipset from Mediatek, with 5G capabilities, and probably a main cam + ultra-wide-angle shooter + depth sensor + dedicated macro cam. Other than that, for a mid-ranger, most of the specs will be pretty much universal.