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The Oppo Reno 12 Pro 5G was spotted on Geekbench

Oppo is a major smartphone brand worldwide, and it’s a shame that its phones are not available in the States. The company has its Reno series of phones, and it recently released its Reno 12. Well, according to a new source, the Oppo Reno 12 Pro 5G was spotted on Geekbench.

The Oppo Reno 12 series debuted in China not too long ago, and we’ve been waiting for the company to bring the global variant so that everyone can join in on the fun. The base Reno 12 uses the very capable MediaTek Dimensity 8250, and it has a 6.7-inch 120hz display. Other specs include a 50MP main camera, a 5,000mAh battery, 12GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage.

There’s a Reno 12 Pro, and it shares several specs with the base version. The only main difference is the more powerful Dimensity 9200 Plus. These are very nice-looking and capable phones, and they’re sure to provide a great experience for their users.

The Oppo Reno 12 Pro 5G was spotted on Geekbench

While the phone has already launched, these leaked Geekbench scores are significant because they’re for the global variant of the phone. So, this means that a global launch shouldn’t be far away. Looking at the scores, we’re seeing a decently capable device. It’s important to note that benchmark scores aren’t an objective indicator of a phone’s real-world use. The phone is showing a single-core score of 1043 and a multi-core score of 2944.

The benchmarks don’t indicate the specific processor that the global variant is using. You might think that it will use the Dimensity 9200 Plus, but most likely won’t be the case. Based on the motherboard (k6878v1_64) and the cores that it’s using (four 2.5GHz performance cores and four 2GHz efficiency cores), it looks like this phone will use the Dimensity 7300. That’s a bit of a bummer, as it will be coming with a less powerful chip.

Another downgrade might be with the battery. This variant was spotted with a slightly smaller battery capacity of 4,880mAh. That’s not a huge drop in capacity, so users shouldn’t be too concerned with the battery life.


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