OPPO announces the Reno4 Series

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OPPO has unveiled a series of smartphones set for launch in Australia, the Reno4 Series.

Continuing on from its predecessors, the Reno4 5G & Reno4 Z 5G aim to offer Aussies premium technology and enhanced camera capabilities at affordable price points.

It includes flagship features like different camera modes, a faster charge and high-end displays at a mid-range price point, the series is stepping up and setting a new standard for low light mobile photography and videography.

The Ren4 5G comes with Ultra Night Video, a 48MP tri-cam setup, 32MP + 2MP holepunch front camera, 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 fast charge and 6.4”AMOLED FHD+ display, all contained within a 7.8mm ultra slim body.

On the other side is the Reno4 Z 5G which keeps things wallet-friendly with a 120Hz LCD display, 48MP Ultra Wide Angle quadcamera, 16MP + 2MP holepunch front camera and 18W fast charge, offering a whole lot for less. Both devices in the Reno4 Series feature 8GB RAM plus 128GB storage, 4,000mAh battery and run ColorOS 7.2 on Android Q.

“Our Reno Series continues to redefine what is possible with a smartphone and making industry-leading technologies accessible to all. Packed full of the latest features, state-of-the-art camera technology and processing power, we’re continuing to deliver our users with premium devices and experiences for less,” OPPO Australia managing director Michael Tran says.

“Both devices are 5G enabled, showcasing OPPO’s continued commitment to being at the forefront of 5G technology in Australia. At OPPO, the customer is at the centre of everything we do and if 2020 has shown us anything, it’s that we’re relying on our smartphones more than ever, so we’re delighted to be adding another two 5G enabled phones to market.”

Releasing on 12 October 2020, both models will be available at JB Hi-Fi, MobileCiti, Bing Lee, Amazon, Woolworths and OfficeWorks.

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