Oppo introduced its Reno3 lineup back in December 2019 in China, with the Pro version sporting a 5G chipset. Today, the company announced the international non-5G Oppo Reno3 Pro, which comes with two selfie cameras nested inside a flat OLED panel.
The Reno3 Pro is the first smartphone with the recently announced Mediatek Helio P95 chipset. It has octa-core CPU with two Cortex-A75 cores runing at up to 2.2GHz and 8GB RAM. Storage is either 128GB or 256GB and you get a microSD card slot for further expansion.
The phone is built around a 6.5” Super AMOLED panel with a 20:9 ratio, Full HD+ resolution and an under-display fingerprint scanner.
The design of the back is similar to the Reno3 Pro 5G, but in this 4G device, the main shooter is 64MP. The rest is the same – 13MP telephoto shooter with 2x optical zoom, 8MP ultrawide snapper, and a 2MP monochrome depth-sensing camera.
The selfie cameras sit inside a punch-hole and the main unit is the highest resolution dedicated front camera to date – it has a 44 MP 1/2.8” sensor behind an F/2.4 lens. There secondary module is a 2MP depth sensor.
Oppo’s devices are known with their fast charging and the company brought its latest technology to the Reno3 Pro as well. The 4,025 mAh power cell supports VOOC Flash Charge 4.0 that allows up to 30W charging, and the appropriate power block comes in the retail box.
The Reno3 Pro ships with Android 10 and ColorOS 7 on top.
The 8GB/128GB Oppo Reno3 Pro is scheduled to launch on March 6 in Auroral Blue, Midnight Black, and Sky White colors. It is priced at INR29,990 ($415/€375), while the 8GB/256GB version is INR32,990 ($455/€412), but it’s release date is yet to be confirmed.