Another day, another couple of Oppo Reno leaks and rumors. The latest reveals a number of key details about the upcoming smartphone including the price.
Regular leakster Ishan Agarwal reveals that the Snapdragon 855-equipped Oppo Reno will weigh as much as 215g and that it will come with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. According to Agarwal’s info the official name of the periscope-touting Oppo smartphone will be Oppo Reno 10X Zoom.
I have some exclusive info about OPPO ‘Reno 10X Zoom’ (Yes, that’s probably the off. name) for you all.
-> 162.0×77.2×9.3mm, 215g,
-> ColorOS 6.0
-> SD 855
-> OLED Display
-> Screen Ratio: 93.1%
Camera Specs Leak coming later! 🙂
PS: Img not mine.#OPPOReno#OPPO pic.twitter.com/d0VMTo7Z5d
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) April 3, 2019
A separate source claims to have the exclusive pricing of the upcoming Oppo Reno in Vietnam. The projected cost of the Snapdragon 855-powered phone will range between VND 1.4M (€540) and VND 1.5M (€580) depending on the storage.
Exclusive: The 855 OPPO Reno will be priced around 1400000₫($602/532€/¥4060）- 15000000₫($645/¥4350/570€） in Vietnam. That’s cheaper than the Find X and R17 Pro in Vietnam too. Still dunno the RAM/ROM version though, but it’s going to be the competitor with the P30 and S10e
— Infinity NaĐỗ （杜成忠） (@Boby25846908) April 2, 2019
In any case Oppo will unveil the Reno in a couple of configurations on April 10. It will feature either a Snapdragon 710 or a Snapdragon 855 with the latter expected to feature liquid cooling and a persicope 5x optical (and 10x hybrid) zoom camera.
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