Oppo Reno7 SE unveiled as a budget alternative to the Reno7 and Reno7 Pro
The Reno7 SE has arrived, launching alongside the Reno7 and Reno7 Pro. While the Reno7 SE has a more curved design than the Reno7, they share the same display. Hence, the Reno7 SE has a 6.43-inch AMOLED panel that resolves at 1080p and 90 Hz.
Similarly, the Reno7 SE relies on a 4,500 mAh battery, although it can only recharge it at 33 W. Even though 33 W should recharge the device quickly, it is a significantly lower wattage than the Reno7 and Reno7 Pro are capable of. Additionally, the Reno7 SE has a Dimensity 900 SoC, rather than the Snapdragon 778G in the Reno7 and the Dimensity 1200 in the Reno7 Pro.
Moreover, the Reno7 SE has a 48 MP (Sony IMX581) primary camera and dual 2 MP sensors dedicated to collecting macro and depth of field data. Hence, there is no ultra-wide-angle camera in the Reno7 SE, like there is in the Reno7 and Reno7 Pro. An IMX471 serves as the Reno7 SE's front-facing camera too, which outputs at 16 MP.
The Reno7 SE will be orderable in China from December 17, unlike the Reno7 and Reno7 Pro. However, it will arrive for significantly less than its siblings, which start at CNY 2,699 (~US$422) and CNY 3,699 (~US$579), respectively. By contrast, the Reno7 SE will retail for CNY 2,199 (~US$344) with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. Like the Reno7, the Reno7 SE is also available with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, but for CNY 2,399 (~US$375).