The telephoto camera is gone too and the Reno4 Pro has a fairly lackluster configuration of a main 48MP unit, an 8MP ultra wide and a couple of 2MP shooters. A Snapdragon 720Gchipset is chief among those, sitting a couple of notches below the S765G in the Reno4 Pro 5G, but still a capable performer nonetheless. The panel also features curves that effectively make it look like a bezel-less smartphone. On the top left part of this display, we have a punch-hole housing a single 32MP selfie snapper that supports Night Mode.
Mr. Elvis Zhou, President of OPPO India, commented on the launch of the product, saying it delivers "supremely on our consumers' need for an incredibly immersive screen, blazingly fast charging, and innovative imaging functions".
Starting off with the design, the company hasn't made any major changes in the global variant as compared to the Chinese one.
The display is created to make the colours pop, just as they do on the OPPO Find X2 Pro with 100% DCI-P3 colour gamut. To keep performance at max, the company is teasing a new cooling system that makes use of a graphite tube, sheet and a copper foil.
Of course OPPO have included some form of VOOC with the ability to charge the 430mAh battery (200mAh in the 41mm) for 15 minutes to get all day power or charge it from 0-100 percent in just 75 minutes.
Oppo points out that the system is safe (and TUV certified that it is) with a multi-layer protection setup. The 46mm version of the OPPO Watch comes in Black and Glossy Gold colors, while the 41mm version will be offered in Silver Mist, Black, and Pink Gold. It is unsure when will it come to Malaysia, but a "global launch" means it might come soon! The phone will be found on Amazon and Flipkart and both retailers will be giving a gift box to the first 1,000 costumers. We expect this phone to hit more countries, but the exact list is not available at the moment. We will just have to wait for a couple of hours more to find out how much the smartphone will cost in India.
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The 66-year-old media mogul has graced the cover of every single issue of O: The Oprah Magazine since its inception in 2000. Breonna Taylor had dreams. "We have to use whatever megaphone we have to cry for justice ", she writes.