After many rumors and leaks, the new Oppo Reno 4 and 4 Pro finally got a release date. The intermediaries should complement the Oppo catalog and offer good value for money, something that can help the manufacturer that has been gaining ground in Europe.
Recently, we saw that TENAA – an organ similar to our Anatel – released some specifications of the devices. Now, a new source in China has brought the main details of the devices. The first highlight is that the Reno 4 has a 6.43 inch screen, while the Pro adopts a 6.5 inch display.
The resolution of both is FHD +, with the Pro model having a 32 MP front camera and the normal one adopts an auxiliary lens of 2 MP more in the pill slot. The source also comments that the most powerful model has a refresh rate of 90 Hz. See the rendering below:
Now, when it comes to cameras, they both use triple rear configuration. Starting with Reno 4, the device has a 48 MP main lens, an 8 MP ultrawide sensor and a further 2 MP for macro shots. The Reno 4 Pro uses the same main camera, but with OIS support.
In addition, the device also works with a 12 MP ultrawide secondary sensor and an additional 13 MP (no known function). In both cases, there is a ToF sensor for depth effect. Finally, we still have a Snapdragon 765G processor, 5G connection, options with 8 GB or 12 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of internal storage.
To power the sets, there is a 4,000 mAh battery and 65W fast charging support. The devices also come out of the box with Android 10 running under the Oppo interface. With all the details revealed, now we can only wait for the official launch on June 5th.