Less than two years after the introduction of the Reno series, Oppo is back with its fourth generation. The Reno 4 series succeeds the Reno 3 lineup which was released in March 2020.
Both the Reno 4 and Reno 4 Pro features AMOLED display albeit different screen size. The Reno 4’s screen measures 6.43″ while the Reno 4 Pro’s screen is 6.55″. Their display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 6. The Reno 4 Pro display sports 90Hz refresh rate, HDR10+ and 500 nits brightness.
The Reno 4 packs a dual front-facing camera (32MP + 2MP) which is enclosed in a pill-shaped hole on the display. While the Reno 4 Pro features a single 32MP selfie camera housed in the display’s punch-hole.
Around the back, both Reno phones have a 48MP main lens along with two other lenses. The Reno 4 adds an 8MP ultrawide lens and a 2MP depth lens. Whereas, the Reno 4 Pro adds a 12MP ultrawide lens and a 13MP telephoto lens with 5x optical & 20x digital zooms.
Underneath the Reno 4 series is the Snapdragon 765G SoC with 5G modem. The gaming chipset is paired with an 8GB/12GB RAM and 128GB/256GB storage. There is no microSD slot for more storage. They run on Oppo’s ColorOS 7.2 skin based on Android 10 OS.
Battery capacity is the same on both phones coming in at 4,000 mAh with 65W fast charging – SuperVOOC 2.0 which is capable of reaching 100% in 36 minutes.
The Oppo Reno 4 will be available in Black, Blue and Purple colours. The base model (8/128GB) starts at CNY2,999/$422 while the 8/256GB configuration goes for CNY3,299/$465.
The Reno 4 Pro comes in Black, White, Green, Blue and Red body colours. Its starting prices are CNY 3,799/$535 for 8/128GB and CNY4,299/$606 for 12/256GB.
Official sales for both smartphones begin on June 12 in China. No detail on when or if they will be available in the international market.