Last month, OPPO unveiled the Reno 9 series of smartphones in China. The next generation of Reno models is expected to debut in the middle of 2023. In recent weeks, tipper Digital Chat Station has been leaking information about the rumored OPPO Reno 10 Pro+. Most recently, the tipper published a schematic of the smartphone.

The schematic reveals that the display of the purported Reno 10 Pro+ has a punch-hole in the middle, indicating that the device may have an in-screen fingerprint scanner. According to the tipster, the display supports a 1.5K resolution and is likely to have a refresh rate of 120Hz. The device has volume controls on the left side and a power key on the right.

Upon comparison with the Reno 8 series and Reno 9 series, the alleged Reno 10 Pro+ appears to have a different camera island. There is speculation that it may feature the same Sony IMX890 50-megapixel and Sony IMX355 ultra-wide cameras found on the Reno 9 and 9 Pro.

However, the alleged Reno 10 Pro+ also appears to have a periscope zoom camera. While the megapixel count of the lens is unknown, it is rumored to have a 2x optical zoom. It is likely that the device will be powered by a high-end chipset. It is also rumored to have a 4,700mAh dual-cell battery. Other specifics about the device remain a mystery.

It is anticipated that both the Find X6 and X6 Pro will feature periscope zoom cameras. In a separate Weibo post, the insider indicated that two additional OPPO phones will also include periscope zoom cameras, in addition to the Find X6 series. Based on recent rumors, it is possible that one of these phones may be the Reno 10 Pro+.