According to reports, Oppo is working on the Reno 8T 4G and Reno 8T 5G. Evan Blass, a reliable tipster, has shared the first look at what appears to be the Reno 8T’s 4G version.

Reno 8T renders show a punch-hole in every corner of its display, as well as a large bottom bezel. There is a leather finish on the device’s rear shell. The main camera is contained within the first camera ring on the back. A LED flash and two auxiliary cameras are on the second one. Under the camera module, there is imprinted writing that reads, “AI Portrait Camera, Ultra Clear Lens.”

More Reno 8T 4G renderings and information were sent by tipster Snoopy Tech. Its bottom side features a 3.5mm audio jack, a second microphone, a USB-C connection, and a speaker grille, while its top edge has a microphone. A stereo speaker could be output through the device’s earpiece, which is located on the top bezel.

On the left side of the gadget, you can notice a SIM slot and the volume controls. There doesn’t appear to be a fingerprint scanner built into the power button, which is on the right edge. This suggests that the gadget might have an OLED display with an integrated fingerprint reader. The source did not provide any details on the Reno 8T’s specifications, but he did indicate that it will be sold in Europe.

It has been reported that the Oppo Reno 8T 4G will have an Helio G99 chipset and 8GB of RAM. Android 12 OS will be running on it, and fast charging will be supported at 33W. By the end of this month, the handset should be available. Earlier this year, Oppo A1 Pro 5G, which is a China-exclusive, is set to be rebranded as the Reno 8T 5G.