Since the last flagship Oppo Find X which was launched last year, Oppo has now announced another flagship with high-end specifications.
Oppo’s sub-brand Reno has been announced with Snapdragon 855 SoC, 48-megapixels camera along with 10X optical zoom. Oppo has also ditched the front screen notch in this device. According to the previous leaks, Reno had to come with weird pop up selfie camera which pops up like a card in the deck which appears in a wedge shape, and the screen is notchless.
We now have the confirmation that the front camera is housed in a wedged shape pop-up with LED flash, however, there is no 3D face ID unlocking in the phone. The fingerprint scanner resides in-display.
The Reno comes in four different colors including blue, black, pink and purple.
The phone comes in two variants, the normal Reno and Reno with 10X zoom edition. The Reno has 6.4-inch OLED display and Snapdragon 710 SoC, it features an ultrawide secondary camera. The Reno 10X Zoom Edition houses 6.6-inch display with Snapdragon 855 along with 10X Zoom secondary camera. Reno and Reno 10X Zoom Edition also supports fast charging.
As far as the price is concerned the standard model costs $450 for 6GB+128GB model, $490 for 6GB+256GB model and $540 for 8GB+256GB model. The 10X Zoom Edition comes with the price tag of $600 for 6GB+128GB model, $670 for 6GB+256GB model and $710 for 8GB+256GB model. Reno will be globally launched on April 24 during the event in Zurich, the pricing for Asian and European markets would be revealed there.