Oppo Reno12 F specs leak for both 4G and 5G versions

Oppo has already confirmed that it’s launching the Reno12 series internationally later this month, and earlier today the global Reno12 Pro model got listed in Europe with a different chipset compared to the Chinese model of the same name.

Now it turns out that Oppo will also launch the Reno12 F internationally, in two versions – one 4G-only, the other with 5G connectivity. Some of their specs have been outed as you can see below.

So, the Reno12 F 4G should be powered by the Snapdragon 680, while the 5G model will get the Dimensity 6300 instead. They will both have a 50 MP main camera with the OmniVision OV50D sensor, as well as an 8 MP ultrawide and a 2 MP decorative sensor of some sort (depth or macro, most likely).

For selfies there will be a 32 MP camera using Sony’s IMX615 sensor. The Reno12 F devices will get an LED ring around the one of the cameras on the back, and the 4G model will unfortunately not have NFC – it’s unclear if the same can be said of its 5G sibling.

The launch price is rumored to be “no less than $300” for the 4G iteration in Southeast Asia. The devices will get three color versions: green, orange, and gray.

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