It’s been a year since Oppo’s Reno series debuted, primarily targeting the mid-range market with a sleek design. Since Oppo has officially introduced its Reno 8 Pro smartphone to the world, what can we expect? With Oppo Find, X5 Pro’s plan is likely its most notable feature. Despite the smooth edges, the back cover of the camera bump is composed of the same glass. This Oppo Reno full Hd Plus, unveiled in Chinese earlier this year, seems to be a design inspiration for this device.
When it comes to the design of the OPPO Reno 8 Pro, it boasts a punch hole cutout in the middle of the screen for the selfie camera and very thin bezels. It has an in-display fingerprint scanner and flat, rather than curved, edges for added security.
The power button is on the right spine, with the volume rocker on the left. Camera sensors and an LED flash are located on the back of this phone in the rear camera module. Marisilicon’s text will power the rear optics.
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Oppo has announced that Reno 8 Pro would retail for Rs 45,999 (around $575) in India. It costs a total of Rs 39,999 (about $500) and is more expensive than the previous-generation Reno 7 Pro.
With its Dimensity 1300 CPU, 6.43-inch OLED screen running at 90Hz, and 50MP+8MP+2MP rear cameras, the business also launched the Reno 8 basic model for Rs 29,999 (about $375). In addition, it has a rechargeable battery as well as an 80W wired charger.
The Oppo Pad Air, modelled like the iPad, comes with a Qualcomm 680, 64Gigabytes or 128Gb storage, a 7,100mAh charger, as well as a 10.6-inch 2K LCD. Finally, Oppo has delivered its promise to make an iPad-inspired tablet. The 64GB version of the tablet costs Rs 16,999 (about $213).
The elevated 12GB + 256GB edition of OPPO Reno 8 Plus was originally listed at Rs 52,990. However, the price has now been reduced to Rs 44,990. There will also be 8GB+128GB and 8GB+256GB models, in addition to the top-of-the-line 12GB model. Assuming our assumptions are correct, the entry-level model might be priced around the Rs 39,000 range.
Regarding pricing and availability, the 8GB + 128Gigabytes OPPO Reno 8 is expected to retail for Rs 29,990; the 8Gigabytes + 256GB model is expected to retail for Rs 31,990, and finally, the 12GB + 256Gigabyte model is expected to retail for Rs 33,990.
Features Of The OPPO Reno 8
To accommodate the device’s front-facing camera, OPPO Reno 8 features a punch-hole cutout in the display that measures 6.43 inches across and has a 90Hz refresh rate. The MediaTek Source for finding 1300 CPUs and up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage is confirmed for the device.
The ColorOS 12.1 skin for Android 12 starts right up. The OPPO Reno 8 will feature an in-display fingerprint scanner for further protection. In terms of power, it contains a 4,500mAh battery that supports rapid charging at 80W. 5G, Wi-Fi, Bt 5.2, GNSS, as well as a USB Type-C connector are a few of the device’s connectivity options.
A 50MP f/1.8 main camera, 2MP B&W sensor, and a 2MP macro sensor are all included in the Reno 8’s triple-camera array at the rear. For selfies & video calls, there is indeed a 32MP cam on the front.