Oppo Reno 4 and 4 Pro have leaked specification list and confirms interesting details


The Reno4 line is less than 24 hours from its official presentation, but it seems that not even short of time, Oppo will have rest from the leaks. After having several images of the body revealed, as well as the TENAA record confirming hardware details, it is now time for a list to reveal complete specifications of the two new models.

As you can see in the photo below, an alleged official table reveals important features regarding not only the Reno4 but also the new Reno4 Pro that, once again, will reach the market without high performance specifications.

We can see that smartphones will be very similar in some categories, such as battery, chipset and storage, but quite divergent in other areas, reinforcing this also in the product design.

Interestingly Oppo would have decided to bet on the set of two front cameras (one 32 MP and the other 2 MP) for the simplest model of the pair, leaving the Reno4 Pro with only one sensor (the 32 MP), something quite unexpected seen that traditionally, the most expensive option usually has the best features.

In addition, we have a change of rear cameras: the Pro model will offer three photographic lenses with 48 MP sensors with OIS, 12 MP and 13 MP, while the simpler model will arrive with 48 MP, 8 MP and 2 MP sensors. Both devices will offer a fourth ToF 3D sensor for depth data.

Sharing the same Snapdragon 765G chipset with 5G and the same 4,000 mAh battery with 65W fast charge, the models will also offer different size screens: the 6.55-inch Reno4 Pro with curved glass, while the Reno4 will offer 6-inch screen , 43 inches and 2.5D glass.

In addition, the Pro option will feature two storage versions: one 8 GB + 128 GB with another more powerful option 12 GB + 256 GB. The traditional Reno4 will keep 8 GB of RAM in both internal memory options.

There is still no estimate for the prices of the new Reno4 and no date of availability for the European market, but the device announcement event is expected to happen next month.

OPPO Reno 4 passes through TENAA reinforcing design with curved screen and triple camera set
The OPPO Reno line is one of the main launches of the Chinese manufacturer, offering powerful hardware at very affordable prices. The company appears to be preparing to launch the fourth numbered device in the series, and we’ve already had leaks showing a bit of the cameras and the overall design of the device. Today, reinforcing what has already been seen, OPPO Reno 4 has just passed through TENAA, having its detailed look by the agency.

According to the record, the new device should come with a curved 3D glass screen and camera housed in a hole in the display. The smartphone must have super thin edges, with the upper and lower slightly larger to house sensors and speaker at the top. The list also shows a rear set of triple lenses, but it is possible that we have a fourth sensor, not found in the renderings.

The OPPO Reno 4 is expected to be equipped with a Snapdragon 765G processor, 6.4 “Full HD + screen with a resolution of 2400×1080 pixels, dual 32MP front camera plus 2MP depth sensor, set of three rear lenses with main sensor of 48MP, 8MP ultra-wide and 2MP depth and 4,000mAh battery with 65W fast charging.

The device should also be offered in a Pro version, which would increase the display refresh rate to 90Hz, as well as two of the rear cameras, which would range from 8MP and 2MP to 12MP and 13MP. Even keeping the same configurations, the Reno 4 Pro would be even lighter, weighing 172g, against the 184g of the standard model. There is still no forecast for the launch of new phones.

It is worth remembering that OPPO registered the Reno Glow brand in Europe last month, but unfortunately there are no details on which device would be launched under that name. Another highlight of the manufacturer was the certification of three of its devices for the Android Enterprise Recommended program, which ensures that the initiative’s smartphones meet Google requirements for business use.


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