Oppo has unveiled a new flagship smartphone named Reno, as successor the the Find X released last year. This new offering from the company comes with a notchless display and an unsual selfie camera pop-up design. The phone also comes with a 10x optical zoom to breathe life into your pictures and videos.
Speaking of the specifications, the Reno phone comes in two variations – A 6.4-inch OLED screen, a Snapdragon 710 processor, and a secondary ultrawide camera and another with 6.6-inch display, a Snapdragon 855 and a 10x optical zoom for the third camera. Apart from this, the phone also comes with VOOC 3.0 fast charging an NFC functionality.
There is also an in-display fingerprint scanner on the phone, which is becoming popular after OnePlus introduced it in OnePlus 6T smartphone. Also, many smartphone companies are now trying to drop the notch and give the users a complete bezel-less experience while accommodating the front camera. According to GadgetsNow, “The Reno phone will come in two RAM variants – 6GB and 8GB paired with 128GB and 256GB storage variants. There will be three models – 6GB+128GB, 6GB+256GB and 8GB+256GB.”
The Verge reported:
The standard Reno costs 2,999 yuan (~$450) for a 6GB of RAM/128GB of storage model, 3,299 yuan (~$490) for 6GB/256GB, and 3,599 yuan (~$540) for 8GB/256GB. The 10x Zoom Edition, meanwhile, is priced higher across the board: 3,999 yuan (~$600) for 6GB/128GB, 4,499 yuan (~$670) for 6GB/256GB, and 4,799 yuan (~$710) for 8GB/256GB
The company announced that it will be launching the Reno phone globally on the 24th of April and the device will come in the colors of Extreme Midnight Black, Nebula Purple, Fog Sea Green and Mist Powder.