An unknown OPPO device listed as OPPO PCLM50 received its certification at TENAA and it might just be a third device in the OPPO Reno3 family.
The OPPO PCLM50, while its look wasn’t posted, its full specs sheet was. It shares the size and weight of the base Reno3 but with a slightly faster CPU and a downgraded main camera at 48MP.
The OPPO Reno3 runs on the Dimensity 1000, the fastest chipset from MediaTek, which means the new OPPO device could be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G, the same chipset in the Reno3 Pro.
As far as RAM goes, the new device has 8GB along with either 128GB or 256GB of internal storage. Expandable storage looks to be out of the picture for the new device as well.
The PCLM50 shares the 32MP front shooter that both Reno3 devices carry. On the rear, it packs a 48MP main shooter accompanied by an 8MP shooter, expected to be an ultrawide camera, and two 2 MP lenses. The 2MP cameras are speculated to assist in portrait/bokeh and for macro.