Oppo has unveiled a new, camera-centric smartphone series, namely Oppo Reno 2. This series has three variants this time, the Reno 2, the Reno 2Z and the Reno 2F. All the three smartphones differ in their camera setup, display quality and processors.
The Reno 2 who is the most powerful of the bunch is priced at ₹36,990 while the Reno 2Z will sell for₹29,990. The Reno 2F pricing is yet to be revealed by Oppo, but it will mostly be launched near November.
Pre-bookings for the Reno 2 will start on 10th of September and the phone will go on sale from 20th of September.
The Oppo Reno 2Z is available for pre-booking and will be available for purchase starting 6 September.
The devices will be available online on Flipkart and Amazon and will also be available for purchase across Oppo’s stores.
Oppo Reno 2 Specifications:
The Reno 2 rocks a notch-free, 6.55-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2400×1080, while the Reno 2Z and Reno 2F come with smaller displays of 6.53-inches.
The Reno 2 runs on the Snapdragon 730G chipset from Qualcomm that is designed majorly for gaming. The Reno 2Z and the 2F are working on MediaTek processors with the MediaTek Helio P90 SoC and the P70 SoC respectively.
All three smartphones come with UFS2.1 fast storage and LPDDR 4x 8 GB memory. Storage space is 128 GB on the 2F and 256 GB on the other two.
All three smartphones house a big 4,000mAh battery with the support of VOOC 3.0 Flash Charge technology.
All the device operate on the same Color OS 6 skin on top of Android 9 Pie.
All the smartphones come with 16 MP motorised camera systems. The Reno 2 carries forward the shark-fin camera while the other two variants have a centrally placed vertical pop-up cameras.
Now about the rear cameras, all the three variants of the Reno 2-series have quad-camera setups on the back.
The Reno 2 comes with a 48MP Sony IMX 586 primary sensor having both, OIS and EIS, accompanied by a 13MP telephoto camera for the 5X hybrid zoom. Presence of an 8MP wide-angle camera and a 2MP sensor for depth capturing is also seen.
The design is similar to the first Oppo Reno which was released earlier this year. The only difference is that now the back has an additional camera lens and a glowing design.
With so many great devices in this same price segment, the camera-centric Oppo 2 series surely stand-out. It would be wrong to compare these smartphones to others as this series has a different focus on the market altogether.
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