Oppo Reno4 and Reno4 Pro officially comes up with SD765G, 65W charging and Super triple cameras
Oppo presented its Reno series back in April last year and its ranks were quickly filled in by the sequence. The new leaders are the Reno4 and Reno4 Pro with OLED screens, Snapdragon 765 G chipsets and versatile camera configurations.
The Oppo Reno4 Pro offers a more advanced camera system with OIS on the main 48MP shooter and a special telephoto lens, as the title indicates. The Pro also gets a 90Hz refresh rate panel that comes in for the 32MP selfie cam at 6.5-inch with one single punch hole cutout.
The vanilla model settles down for a 6.4-inch screen but arrives with a dual punch-hole cutout with the same selfie cam of 32MP supported by a 2MP deep assistance. The Reno4 gets a 48MP primary shooter around the back along with an ultrawide 8MP snapper and a 2MP depth support. The Reno4 Pro raises the ultra-wide cam to 12MP and also comes with an optical 5x combination and 20x video zoom-capable 13MP telephoto camera.
Oppo includes its Live HDR video that also offers better preservation of details and color accuracy, especially in low-light circumstances. The Reno4 series operates under the hood on the Snapdragon 765 G chipset, with up to 12 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of ram. Both are supportive of 5 G and of booting ColorOS 7.2 android 10-based. The 4,000 mAh batteries come in and allow 65W fast wired charging-SuperVOOC 2.0.
The Oppo Reno4 will be available in colors of blue , black and purple while the Pro will be available in colors of black, white, green and two unique colors of blue and red Reno Glow with frosted glass.
In its 8/128 GB configuration, the Reno4 will go for CNY 2.999 ($422) while the 8/256 GB version will cast buyers back to CNY 3.299 ($465). The Reno4 Pro begins with the 8/128 GB trim at CNY 3,799 ($535), while the 12/256 GB version can sell with CNY 4,299 ($606).
Sales in China for the Reno4 show are expected to start on June 12. Information of international availability were not provided.