Oppo has announced three new handsets coming to the western markets, and it is the company’s top Renault 4 series that is launching it.
Previously unveiled in China, the Oppo Renault 4 and Oppo Renault 4 Pro are now coming to Europe. There is also the Oppo Renault 4Z, which is a new device and does the same thing again with the Chinese device.
We’ve put together everything you need to know about Oppo’s next flagship phones, and below you can find out about the release date, price, specs and more.
Come to the point
- What is this New series of phones from Oppo
- When is he out October 16, U.K.
- How much will it cost? The cheapest price starts at 9329
Oppo Renault 4 release date and price
The Oppo Renault 4 Series is coming to Europe – including the UK – in October, but we have yet to hear whether the devices will land in the US or Australia. For people in the UK you will be able to purchase them on 16 October.
Oppo phones have always been in the U.S. Are not available in, so we’re not sure when the devices will be released there.
The Renault 4Z is the cheapest in the range of 329 (about 5 425 / AU $ 600), the Renault 4 is around મધ્ય 499 ($ 650 / AU $ 900) in the middle, and the Oppo Renault 4 Pro is priced at 9699 (around) / 900 / AU $ 1,250).
Oppo Renault 4 design and display
The design of the Oppo Renault 4 Series is, surprisingly, similar in all three handsets.
When you look at the back of the handsets, there are camera bumps in the upper left corner. Each also has a punch-hole or bullet-shaped selfie slot at the front to eliminate the need for a top bezel and allow as much screen as possible.
They all have glass rear with brush effect. The Renault 4Z is available in either white or black, while the Renault 4 and Renault 4 Pro are available in black or blue.
Here’s a look at three different phones:
The Renault 4Z comes with a 6.57-inch LCD Full HD + display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
The Renault 4, meanwhile, has a 6.4-inch AMOLED panel with full HD + resolution, and a 60 Hz refresh rate instead. The Renault 4 Pro is followed by a 6.5-inch AMOLED Full HD + resolution display with a 90 Hz refresh rate.
The reason for offering lower refresh rates on its two most expensive models is that it is easier to get refresh rates on LCD panels (such as the Renault 4Z).
The Renault 4 and Renault 4 Pro both come with in-display fingerprint scanners, while the cheapest entry in the series is made next to the phone instead of its scanner.
Oppo Renault 4 camera and battery
The Oppo Renault 4 Pro has the most impressive camera setup on paper with a 48MP main, 12MP Ultra-Wide and 13MP telephoto cameras. The front of the phone has a 32 MP selfie camera.
Meanwhile, the Oppo Renault 4 has a 48MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide one and a 2MP monochrome shooter. The selfie camera is the same 32MP, but it comes with a 2MP secondary sensor.
Then the cheapest phone – the Renault 4Z – comes with a 48MP main camera, 8MP Ultra-Wide, 2MP Monochrome, and another 2MP camera called the Oppo ‘Retro’. That last element is designed to add filters to your photos.
The Renault 4Z and Renault 4 Pro both come with a 4,000mAh battery, while the Oppo Reno 4 is a bit larger at 4,020mAh. Both two top-end phones come with 65W fast charging, but the Renault 4Z18W is restricted to charging.
Oppo Renault 4 specs and performance
You’ll find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset that will power both the Renault 4 and the Renault 4 Pro, the same chipset we’ve seen included in the Google Pixel 5.
Instead the Renault 4Z has a MediaTek Dimension 800 chipset, which we haven’t enjoyed using a smartphone yet.
The Renault 4Z and Renault 4 both come with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, while the Pro model is offered with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. These are just the types we have been told about, but it could be that different technologies are found in different markets.
All three phones also support 5G – although you’ll need a 5G plan and coverage to take advantage of it.
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