Oppo Reno Ace with Snapdragon 855+, 90 Hz display charges in just 30 minutes for under US$500
Oppo has been a market leader in bringing ultra-fast charging to the smartphone market and its new Reno Ace is no exception. The device is the first from the company to feature SuperVOOC 2.0 charging at 65 W. This makes the Reno Ace with its dual-cell 4,000 mAh battery capable of charging from empty to full in an astonishing 30 minutes flat. The included 65 W GaN charger also supports USB-PD while remaining surprisingly compact.
The Oppo Reno Ace features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ in 8 GB/128 GB, 8 GB/ 256 GB and 12 GB/256 GB configurations, making it highly competitive with the latest flagship devices on the market. As you might expect, given specifications of the OnePlus 7T, the Reno Ace also features a FHD+ AMOLED display with a 90 Hz refresh rate that is slightly larger at 6.5-inches but with a similar small waterdrop notch to house its 16 MP selfie camera.
There is a vertical aligned quad rear camera array that is comprised of a 48 MP Sony IMX586 main camera, a 13 MP telephoto camera with 5x hybrid zoom, an 8 MP ultrawide camera and a 2 MP monochrome sensor to boost image contrast. It runs Android 10 with Oppo’s ColorOS 6.1 skin layered over the top and is priced very competitively. Prices start at the equivalent of just US$422 through to a still highly attractive US$534. A Limited Edition Gundam 40th Anniversary model is also available. (Reno 10x Zoom on sale now at Amazon)