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Oppo Reno4 5G and Reno4 Pro 5G hit Europe and the UK

The Oppo Reno4 5G Series is now available in Europe and the UK. (Image Source: Oppo)
The Oppo Reno4 5G Series is now available in Europe and the UK. (Image Source: Oppo)
Oppo has announced the availability of the Reno4 and Reno4 Pro 5G series in Europe and the UK alongside the Reno4 Z. The Reno4 and Reno4 Pro are powered by the Snapdragon 765G 5G SoC and come with improved low light shooting capabilities. Both the Reno4 5G and Reno4 Pro 5G share similar internals with the primary differences between them being with respect to the display and the camera setups.

The Oppo Reno3 Pro was launched in March this year featuring a Mediatek Helio P95 SoC. After having launched the Reno4 upper mid-range series in China back in June, Oppo has now announced the availability of the Reno4 Pro and Reno4 in Europe and the UK alongside the Reno4 Z. These phones are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G 5G chip.

The Oppo Reno4 Pro 5G is powered by the Snapdragon 765G paired with 12 GB LPDDR4X RAM and 256 GB UFS 2.1 storage without microSD expansion. The Reno4 Pro sports a 6.5-inch 90 Hz AMOLED FHD+ panel in a 20:9 aspect ratio with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection.

Oppo says that the Reno4 Pro 5G has improved video recording capabilities, particularly in low light. The phone sports a Sony IMX708 sensor 12 MP f/2.2 120-deg wide-angle lens along with a 48 MP Sony IMX586 f/1.7 main camera with optical image stabilization (OIS) and a 13 MP f/2.4 sensor for telephoto shots. The selfie setup is comprised of a 32 MP + 2 MP arrangement. Oppo is touting the Ultra Night Video and Ultra Steady Video 3.0 features for improved low light shooting. The selfie camera is comprised of a 32 MP + 2 MP setup.

The Reno4 5G, on the other hand, features a slightly smaller 6.4-inch 60 Hz FHD+ AMOLED display and a 48 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP triple camera setup. The Reno4 5G is powered by similar internals as the Reno4 Pro 5G but offers 8 GB LPDDR4X RAM and 128 GB UFS 2.1 storage. Both phones come with Oppo's ColorOS 7.2 based on Android 10.

Also available is Oppo's signature SuperVOOC fast charging feature — both the Reno4 5G and Reno4 Pro 5G come with a 65 W SuperVOOC fast charger to fully charge the 4,000 mAh battery in about 36 minutes.

The Oppo Reno4 Pro 5G will retail for €799 while the Reno4 5G will go on sale for €599. Both phones will be available in Space Black and Galactic Blue variants. Oppo's pricing strategy for the Reno4 lineup is intriguing here. We will reserve any judgements for our reviews. However, the Reno4 Z comes with a 120 Hz screen and a quad camera setup, which covers most of the functionality offered by the other two variants.

The Reno4 Z is powered by the Mediatek Dimensity 800 with 5G, which isn't too far away from the Snapdragon 765G in overall benchmark scores — it even has a slight edge in Geekbench multi-core and AnTuTu tests. All this is available for a much more economical €379.

Oppo Reno4 Pro 5G. (Image Source: Oppo)
Oppo Reno4 Pro 5G. (Image Source: Oppo)
Oppo Reno4 Pro 5G. (Image Source: Oppo)
Oppo Reno4 Pro 5G. (Image Source: Oppo)
Oppo Reno4 Pro 5G - Specifications. (Source: Oppo)
Oppo Reno4 Pro 5G - Specifications. (Source: Oppo)
Oppo Reno4 5G. (Image Source: Oppo)
Oppo Reno4 5G. (Image Source: Oppo)
Oppo Reno4 5G. (Image Source: Oppo)
Oppo Reno4 5G. (Image Source: Oppo)
Oppo Reno4 5G - Specifications. (Source: Oppo)
Oppo Reno4 5G - Specifications. (Source: Oppo)

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Vaidyanathan Subramaniam, 2020-10- 1 (Update: 2020-10- 1)
Vaidyanathan Subramaniam
I am a cell and molecular biologist and computers have been an integral part of my life ever since I laid my hands on my first PC which was based on an Intel Celeron 266 MHz processor, 16 MB RAM and a modest 2 GB hard disk. Since then, I’ve seen my passion for technology evolve with the times. From traditional floppy based storage and running DOS commands for every other task, to the connected cloud and shared social experiences we take for granted today, I consider myself fortunate to have witnessed a sea change in the technology landscape. I honestly feel that the best is yet to come, when things like AI and cloud computing mature further. When I am not out finding the next big cure for cancer, I read and write about a lot of technology related stuff or go about ripping and re-assembling PCs and laptops.