Oppo launched the reno3 series of mobile phones in China in December last year. They are all 5g mobile phones. Today, the company released a 4G version of oppo reno3 pro in India, which has two self timer cameras embedded in an OLED screen.
The new reno3 Pro is the first smartphone equipped with MediaTek Helio p95. Its CPU has two 2.2GHz cortex-a75 large cores and six 2.0GHz cortex-a55 small cores. Its memory is 8GB, and its body storage is 128GB or 256gb. Users can use microSD card for expansion.
The phone features a 6.5-inch super AMOLED panel, a 20:9 ratio, full HD + resolution, and screen fingerprint support.
The design of the back of the 4G reno3 Pro is similar to that of the reno3 Pro 5g, but in this 4G mobile phone, the main camera on the back is 64 million pixels, while the 5g version is 48 million pixels. Like the rest of the rear cameras, they are 13 million pixels long focus lens, 2 times optical zoom, 8 million pixels ultra wide angle lens, and 2 million pixels depth of field camera.
The self timer camera is in the borehole. The main camera inside is the self timer camera with the highest pixel at present – 44 megapixel, aperture F2.4, sensor 1 / 2.8 inch, and the secondary camera is a 2 megapixel depth sensor.
The new reno3 Pro has a battery capacity of 4025mah, supports 30W vooc flash charge 4.0, and the corresponding charger is placed in the packaging box.
8GB + 128GB, available in Aurora blue, midnight black and sky white, will go on sale on March 6 at INR 29990 (about RMB 2889), while 8GB + 256gb version is priced at INR 32990 (about RMB 3178), but the date of sale is yet to be determined.