The successor to the Reno 8, the Reno 9 Pro+ is the next flagship-killer from Oppo, with the phone equipped with the powerful Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 already appearing in Geekbench’s catalog with an impressive performance score.
Identified by the codename PGW110, the Oppo Reno 9 Pro+ looks set to debut in Chinese stores first, but we can expect to see the new model in European store offerings soon enough.
According to the attached test description uploaded to the Geekbench archive accessible online, the 9 Pro+ comes with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 in a configuration with 16GB RAM and Android 13-based firmware. For comparison, the previous model used the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 + 12GB RAM combination.
Among the few somewhat confirmed details we find the 6.7-inch FHD+ OLED display, capable of using 120Hz refresh rate. It would be framed with a very narrow, 2.33 thick bezel and aided with a 2160Hz controller, capable of providing any level of image brightness without noticeable flicker.
The photo setup looks like it will be centered around the Sony IMX890, a 50MP sensor assisted with optical image stabilization technology. On top of that we’ll also find an 8MP ultra-wide camera and 2MP macro camera, added more in a decorative role.
Squeezed into a 7.99mm-thick casing, the Reno 9 Pro+’s battery would have a rated capacity of 4700 mAh and support for fast charging at 80W power via USB-C.
Coming on the heels of the Reno 9 version aimed at lower-budget buyers, the Oppo Reno 9 Pro+ is likely to hit European store shelves, just not right away.