Oppo is soon going to launch a new smartphone in the Oppo Reno lineup. The device, dubbed the Oppo Reno F, has recently got patented. The report has come to Android Updated courtesy of Letsgodigital.
On 4 June 2019, Guangdong Oppo Mobile Telecommunications applied for a trademark in the UK at the IPO (Intellectual Property Office) for the name ‘Reno F’. A day later, the same application was submitted to the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office), for name protection throughout the EU. The trademark is categorized as Class 9, which includes smartphones.
The name ‘Reno Z’ was also registered on the same day at the IPO and EUIPO. There is a good chance that Oppo intends to bring the first Reno to Europe with a notch. It is as yet unknown when the new devices will be introduced.
Last month the rumor arose that Oppo intends to replace its midrange F-series with new Reno models. Possibly the Oppo Reno F is based on the existing F-series. The Oppo F11 and F11 Pro are the latest models, these devices were introduced in March this year.
It was previously known that the R-series will also be replaced. These mobile phones will also be housed within the new Reno line-up. It seems to be a smart move from Oppo, and finally you see that many manufacturers have an unclear line-up that prevents consumers from knowing which model to choose. By placing all models within one series, the differences become clearer and consumers can make a better assessment, even when they are less familiar with the brand.
The standard Reno is now available in our country. From today you can also buy the Reno 10X Zoom in the Netherlands. LetsGoDigital will publish a review of this model in the short term, to see how this high-end device performs in practice.