The Oppo Reno has been launched at an event in Beijing and will be made available to the rest of the world on 24 April at an event in Zurich, Switzerland.
The flagship version of the Reno will feature a 6.4 Inch touchscreen display with a 1080x2340 resolution, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor with up to 8GB of RAM. The device will also feature Android 9.0 Pie and a 3,765mAh battery..
We reviewed the Oppo Find X at the start of January, and while we were impressed by the vision and ambition of the device, it didn’t quite hit the mark when it came to the software and general execution. The Reno is already looking like a much more coherent device but we'll have to get our hands on it before we give our full opinion.
The available colours for the Reno are Blue, Black, Gold and Purple and can be seen below.
The stand-out camera feature for the Reno, as announced at MWC 2019, is the periscope optical 10x zoom technology that relies on the phone’s triple camera setup, comprised of a 48-megapixel high-resolution main sensor, a 16mm focal length 120-degree ultra wide-angle lens and a 160mm focal length telephoto lens.
This setup will only be featured on the flagship version of the phone, while the standard edition will feature a more common two-camera setup and a Snapdragon 710 at a substantial reduction in cost.
The AMOLED display will feature a 93% screen-to-body ratio with a 1.59mm bezel and a 3.39mm chin. With no notch on the front of the device, selfies will be taken via a pop-up camera which seems to be the latest solution to the ever-present notch problem.
The standard version of the Oppo Reno will retail for between £340~ ($450) and £412~ ($540) depending on the options for specs and storage that you select. The flagship version will sell for between £458~ ($600) and £542~ ($710).
More exact pricing for Europe and the rest of the world will be announced at the global launch on the 24th. If you can't wait that long and you're looking to pick up an excellent Android handset sooner rather than later, take a look at our best Android phones chart.