Oppo’s Reno series is upgraded once or twice a year, so it’s no surprise that the Oppo Reno 8 has arrived in China. Let’s take a closer look at this smartphone.
There’s a lot to like here, with three phones – the Reno 8, Reno 8 Pro, and Reno 8 Pro+ – and expectations are high that some of these phones may debut globally as well.
Oppo introduced the Reno 8 series in China on May 23, and the phones went on sale on June 1.
When Will It Launch In India?
Oppo is anticipated to unveil the Oppo Reno 8 in June, according to tipster Paras Guglani. The smartphone will be available in two varieties: 8GB+128GB and 8GB+256GB and in two colors: Shimmer Black and Shimmer Blue in India.
Moreover, An octa-core MediaTek CPU is accompanied by 8/12GB of RAM and 128/256GB of storage.
A Snapdragon 695 5G CPU, a 6.43in AMOLED screen, and a 64Mp rear camera are included. The phone even has the same light-up camera module that debuted in the Reno 7 phones and the same black or rainbow finish options.
What’s more is that the Oppo Reno 8 has a triple rear camera setup with a 50MP primary sensor, a 2MP macro sensor, and a 2MP depth sensor. A 32MP selfie camera is located on the front. It runs the Android 12 operating system on top of the ColorOS 12 layer developed by the firm. The Oppo Reno 8 is powered by a 4500mAh battery that supports 80Watts rapid charging.
The Oppo Reno 8 Series
The Reno 8 is the series’ basic, entry-level model. But it’s still no slouch. It’s powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 1300. The same chip is seen in the OnePlus Nord 2T, and the Reno 8 shares virtually all of its specifications with that device. The only significant difference between the Nord 2T and this model is the absence of an ultrawide lens. It cost about ¥2,499 ($375).
The Reno 8 Pro differs from the standard model in a few major ways. The display is greater at 6.62inches and has a refresh rate of 120Hz, while the plastic frame has been replaced with aluminium. The camera also receives a minor upgrade, with the depth sensor being replaced by an 8Mp ultrawide camera. It cost about ¥2,999 ($450).
Finally, the Pro+ features a few more minor changes. It is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 Max processor and includes the MariSilicon X. The display is significantly larger – up to 6.7in – but otherwise identical to the Pros. Except for the addition of focusing on the selfie camera, the camera and charging configurations remain mostly the same. The design has also been modified somewhat, with a bigger back camera island and a smaller front bezel. It cost about ¥3,699 ($555).