After the successful launch of Reno Z mobile phones in China last month, the Chinese mobile giant has announced its plans to launch the model’s Oppo F Reno and Reno Z in the Netherlands. According to a report published in LetsGoDigital, Oppo has applied for two trademarks in Europe for its new smartphone series Reno. Oppo F Reno and Reno Z.
The Oppo Reno Z has been listed on two reputable retail sites. The smartphone is available on both Both MediaMarkt and BelSimpel for a price of € 349 for a single device without a subscription. Placing a pre-order is immediately possible. The first aircraft will be delivered on July 5, 2019. Reno Z is available in black and purple colors on both sites.
Oppo Reno Z smartphone with notch
Oppo announced the launch of the new Reno series at the end of April this year. Until then, two models were available in our country, the Reno and the Reno 10x Zoom. Both are full-screen smartphones that are characterized by their angled pop-up camera.
The new Z cell phone has a small waterdrop notch. The smartphone has been equipped with a 6.4-inch Full HD + display with 402 ppi. The front houses a 32-megapixel selfie camera for high-resolution portrait photos.
Photography enthusiasts can click photos with the dual camera on the back. Equipped with 48- megapixel (f / 1.7) and 5-megapixel (f / 2.0) resolution, the mobile has various functions including a built-in for low-light photography. The Reno Z makes videos in 4K resolution.
Similar to the other two Reno smartphones, the Z model is also equipped with Dual SIM functionality, enabling to use two SIM cards in one phone. The Oppo smartphone runs on the Android 9 operating system, in combination with the ColorOS 6 user interface. The device offers support for the 3G, 4G, and the 4G + network. Also, Bluetooth 5.0 is supported. The Google Assistant is also built-in as standard.
The mobile phone is powered by a 2.2Ghz MediaTek P90 processor. There is 4GB of memory available and 128GB of storage memory. Furthermore, a 4,035 mAh Lithium polymer battery is built in that supports VOOC 3.0 Charging. Charging is via a USB-C connection.
Do the above specifications interest you? Do you want to buy this new Oppo smartphone? Let’s see what do you get. You get earplugs and a protective case as a gift. Also, you will find a charger, a cable, warranty card, quick start guide and a SIM card pin in the package.
Smartphone with under-screen camera & Oppo MeshTalk technology
We can, therefore, say that the Oppo Reno Z will be available in the Netherlands from the end of next week, but it is as yet unknown when the launch of Reno F will take place. It is possible that the Chinese manufacturer will report more about this at the MWC Shanghai 2019.
Today, MWC Shanghai 2019 is launched, the Asian version of the popular telecom trade fair in Barcelona, which traditionally takes place annually around the end of February. Later today the Oppo press conference will take place, where the company will demonstrate its first smartphone with a camera under the screen, also called USC (under-screen camera).
LetsGoDigital already knows more about this new camera technology. For example, the camera uses optimized algorithms and AI-learning to improve camera performance. The panel around the camera has an extra high light transmittance, which should improve the image quality. Face unlocking also remains possible with the under-screen camera.
Furthermore, so-called ‘zoning control’ is to control the pixels in the area directly above the camera. The Oppo camera module is equipped with extra large pixels and a large sensor. Functions such as a smart beauty mode and photo filters also remain applicable to this new technology.
Oppo will also take the opportunity to introduce its new MeshTalk technology. A decentralized, short-range communication solution with which texts, voice messages and real-time voice calls can be sent between Oppo smartphones within a 3 km radius, without mobile networks, WiFi or Bluetooth.
Oppo has now also submitted a European trademark for Mesh Talk and Mesh Talkie. It, therefore, seems to be a matter of time before this innovative communication solution is released elsewhere in the world.