OPPO Granted Shark Fin Trademark for the Reno’s Pop-up Camera

OPPO Granted Shark Fin Trademark for the Reno. Oppo will reveal a new series of smartphones in China on April 10th, and will probably do so with the release of several variants of the same device – OPPO Reno. As we believed upcoming Oppo Reno series is expected to come with several unique features, including a triple-rear camera, with 48MP Sony IMX586 and the periscope 10x lossless zoom technology, top of the range SD 855 SoC as well as a unique pop-up selfie camera.

What is known?

This unique pop-up selfie camera is by far to be one of the most exciting features of the device, and that’s why the company’s VP hasn’t included that in his series of leaks, yet the images and videos renders leaked on the network that reveals the device’s pop-up system in its entirety, and those who were initially involved in the leak got legal trouble from the Oppo.

Now before the launch date, Oppo granted Shark Fin Trademark for the Oppo Reno pop-up camera devices. The company got the approval for the terms “Shark Fin” and “3D-Lut” by the EUIPO European Union Intellectual Property Office.

Although details are now available that the Oppo will use the term for the marketing of the Reno Shark’s fin-like pop-up camera, that opens diagonally, with the sliding module on the right side, that positioned higher than the left, in a slope-like manner, unlike the ceremonious pop-up system that has all of it fully elevated.


As recent leaks have confirmed, The high-end version of the OPPO Reno will be equipped with triple cameras on the back, with a periscope module, that is expected to offer 10x hybrid optical zoom technology. Bluetooth SIG certification of the smartphone had revealed that the device will have a 48-MP primary sensor, 8MP secondary camera, and a 13MP tertiary camera, with the 16 MP snapper in within the “Shark Fin”.

In addition to these the certification also revealed that it will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core chipset and feature a 6.65-inch sized display with Full HD+ resolution, while the affordable Oppo reno expected to have a smaller 6.4-inch Full HD+ resolution display and would run on Qualcomm’s mid-range Snapdragon 710 chipset and the 48MP main rear camera sensor with a 5MP secondary camera.

View the trademark of Oppo Shark Fin & 3D Lut

Source: MySmartPrice

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