OPPO Reno Ace (PCLM10) Geekbench Listing Appears Ahead of October 10 Launch

Reno Ace

OPPO Reno Ace with model number PCLM10 has appeared on Geekbench benchmarking platform. The smartphone is confirmed to go official on Oct. 10 along with the OPPO K5.

The Geekbench appearance suggests that the company could be internally testing the PCLM10 handset before its launch.

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The OPPO Reno Ace (PCLM10) Geekbench appearance reveals that it is powered by ‘msmnile’ chipset with 1.78GHz base frequency. It may appear like Snapdragon 855 chipset. However, the TENAA listing of the phone that was spotted earlier this month had revealed that it is powered by 2.96GHz octa-core processor. The SD855 offers up to 2.84GHz clocking whereas the newer and faster Snapdragon 855+ SoC works at up to 2.96GHz. Hence, the Reno Ace is driven by SD855+.

Oppo Reno Ace

The Geekbench listing further reveals that the Reno Ace has 8 GB of RAM. Even though Android 10 has gone official, the Reno Ace can be seen running on the older Android 9 Pie OS. In the single-core test, it has scored 3167 points and it has recorded 11101 score in the multi-core test.

OPPO Reno Ace Specifications

The OPPO Reno Ace’s TENAA listing has revealed that it is fitted with a 6.5-inch AMOLED full HD+ display. The official renders of the phone that have appeared in the recent past has revealed that is has a waterdrop notch on the display. The handset has a 4,000 mAh battery and it will be arriving with 65W SuperVOOC Flash Charge technology.

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Apart from the 8 GB RAM variant shown above, the Reno Ace may come in 12 GB RAM option. Its storage editions are 128 GB and 256 GB. The rear shell of the phone has 48-megapixel + 13-megapixel + 8-megapixel + 2-megapixel quad camera setup. It has a front camera of 16-megapixel. The handset also features an in-screen fingerprint reader.

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