Oppo Reno 4 and Reno 4 Pro Smartphones Will Debut on June 5; More Live Photos

Faisal Rasool

Following a handful of unofficial reports and leaked teasers, Oppo announced on Weibo today that the Reno 4 series will be introduced on June 5. The announcement comes in the form of another teaser video showcasing the phone’s design as well as the available color options, no Oppo price hint so far. A virtual event at 7:30 PM on June 5 will release the upcoming flagships in Oppo’s domestic market.

Based on a string of leaks and the published TENNA listings, the series features two models: the Oppo Reno 4 Pro 5G and the Oppo Reno 4 5G. The most eye-catching aspect of the lineup perhaps is their displays, so let’s start there.

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Reported to be a SuperAMOLED panel, the screen on the ‘Pro’ edition of the Reno 4 series stretches 6.5 inches across and melts into the edges – pushing the side bezels further back. It delivers an FHD+ resolution at a 90Hz refresh rate. Oppo has punched the display to house the front-facing camera.

Go around the Reno 4 back to be greeted by a curved glass panel that has been polished and textured in a grainy pattern (Oppo is advertising it as ‘wear-resistant’). A text reading ‘Reno Glow’ runs along the length of the rear-shell pointing to its sleek, almost iridescent design. It’s painted in either blue or pink shades.

Oppo Reno 4 camera setup is contained inside a circular bump that protrudes out the rear-facing panel. The three lenses are stacked on top of each other, flanked by an autofocus unit. The main lens supports OIS and uses a 48MP sensor, combined with a 12MP ultra-wide camera, and a 13MP telephoto module. The selfie camera has a 32MP sensor behind it.

The standard edition has the same panel but shrunken down to 6.43 inches. Though it’s not a miniature version of the display seen on the ‘Pro’ version, because it features a pill-style cutout for its 32MP + 2MP dual selfie camera. The main camera is shared between the two variants, but the base edition incorporates an 8MP ultrawide camera and a 2MP depth sensor instead.

No word on the Oppo Prices yet and though it’s unconfirmed, the series is said to offer Snapdragon 765G and a 4,000 mAh battery (supporting 65W fast charging) across the board.