Last year December, Oppo announced the Reno3 and Reno3 Pro with 5G support but that was only available in select markets. Today, the Chinese smartphone maker has announced the international version of the Oppo Reno3 Pro with no 5G support. A few days ago, MediaTek announced the Helio P95 chipset and the Reno3 Pro will be the first smartphone to be powered by it.
The smartphone has a 6.5” Super AMOLED panel with a 20:9 aspect ratio. It has a Full HD+ resolution and comes with two selfie cameras. Below the screen is an in-display fingerprint sensor.
Oppo Reno3 Pro ships Android 10 with the custom ColorOS7 UI and has an octa-core processor built on two Cortex-A75 cores clocking at a speed of 2.2GHz. It has an 8GB RAM and it comes in two storage variant options – 128GB or 256GB internal storage which can be expanded further with a microSD card.
At the back of the device is a quad-camera setup with a 64MP main shooter a 13MP telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom, 8MP ultrawide angle lens and a 2MP monochrome depth sensor. This is similar to what’s found in the 5G version except for the 64MP main shooter. In terms of selfies, there is a rectangular punch-hole cutout at the display with houses the 44MP ½.8 camera behind an F/2.4 lens. A secondary 2MP depth sensor lens is also added for selfies.
Reno3 Pro is powered by a 4,025mAh battery capacity with support for VOOC Flash Charge 4.0 which allows up to 30W charging.
The device will be available in Auroral Blue, Midnight Black and Sky White colours. The 8GB/128GB variant will set you back by $415 while the 8GB/256GB variant will cost $455. It is expected to be launched on March 6.