Oppo is ready for a new 5G smartphone from the Reno series. The Reno4 series is all set to launch on June 5, which is next Friday. The smartphone is going to be a successor of the Reno3 family that was the first non-flagship smartphone series with 5G capabilities last year.
As per the source, the Reno4 series packs 4,000 mAh battery for both variants with support for 65W fast charging. Oppo includes a 6.43 inch smaller display for non-pro option, and Pro variant has a big 6.55-inch screen.
Furthermore, the camera modules on Reno4 Pro include a 48MP primary camera with OIS, 12MP dedicated shooter for low-light videos, and a 13MP telephoto lens. For the non-Pro variant, it consists 48MP primary camera without OIS, an 8MP ultra-wide angle, and the telephoto swapped for a 2MP depth sensor.
Oppo also brings new “Super Night Mode” for improved night shots. The company mentioned this on the official Weibo account today.
The latest Snapdragon 765G chipset powers the Oppo Reno4 series. Moreover, the smartphone runs on Android 10 out of the box. On the front, the design looks similar to the Oppo Reno3 series, and it’s come up with a punch-hole design that consists of a 32MP front-facing camera for better selfie.
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