The Reno 2 reveals exciting specs like the multi-function quad camera, which aims to empower the consumer's creativity and allow consumers to experience a whole new digitally superior world in the palm of their hands.
OPPO today announced the next phone in its Reno line, and it sounds like it'll be quite the doozy.
Quick charging has been an essential staple of Oppo's phones for several years; the business's F9 smartphone, which I reviewed in 2015, had one of the fastest charging times I've ever seen. Featuring a gradient back design, the Oppo K5 is covered in Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on the front as well as the back. Those four cameras are vertically-aligned, and OPPO's logo is also included on the back.
Fast charging speeds, no matter how impressive, can't be the only reason to get the Reno Ace, and they're not. This handset ships with OPPO's brand new 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 Flash Charge charging. The phone does not offer wireless charging, though. The device's screen-to-body ratio is 91.7-percent, by the way.
As revealed by the company's business development director, Wilkin Lee, you get 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage on-board, plus a "dry ice" cooling system to keep things running smoothly.
Android 9 Pie comes pre-installed on the device, along with OPPO's ColorOS 6.1. The phone comes with a 65W charger with its VOOC Flash Charge circuit technology. This shakes out to include a 48-megapixel main camera, a 8-megapixel wide angle lens, a 2-megapixel mono lens and a 2-megapixel portrait lens. It measures 158.7×75.2×8.6mm and weighs 182g. The phone will come in ' Starry Blue" or "Psychedelic Purple' colors, and a special Gundam limited edition (30k units) will be available from November 11 at a slightly higher price (3599 RMB).
Available in China first, the Reno Ace starts at 2,999 yuan ($420) for the 8GB/128GB combo, while the 12GB/256GB version costs 3,799 yuan ($530).