The Oppo Reno Ace 2 coming next month was recently spotted on 3C with model code PDHM00, and the listing revealed it will support 5G networks and 65W fast charging.
The Reno Ace 2 has now received TENAA certification as well. The Chinese authority’s website once again confirms that Reno Ace 2 will support the next-gen network. Besides, the listing includes the phone’s images, which reveal its design.
The Reno Ace 2 has a punch hole display and the back houses four cameras inside a circular setup. This is similar to an image that leaked last week, but the difference between the both is that the photo we see today has the flash on the right side of the cameras, while the one previously leaked didn’t have it.
This means that either the previously leaked image is fake or it’s a different phone.
Images of Oppo PDHM00 believed to the Reno Ace 2
That said, an Oppo employee took to Weibo to confirm that Reno Ace 2 will charge wirelessly at up to 40W – a feature that was missing from its predecessor.
Details are scarce about the Reno Ace 2 right now, but we should hear more about it in the coming days.