This week, Oppo announced earlier this week the Reno 8 series which comes equipped with 3 new chipsets. The three phones feature high-refresh rate AMOLED displays with 50MP cameras as well as batteries with a capacity of 4,500mAh that can be charged at 80W. Are any of these the three phones likely to end up being your phone of choice?
Note: Oppo Reno 8 Series is not launching in Pakistan on 1st June, it’s for currently China.
Let’s start with this model, which is the Oppo Reno8 Pro+ as the most impressive of the three. It is equipped with the Dimensity 8100-Max chip, which comes by 12GB LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage. It’s going to be a speedy phone. The Dimensity has the customized MariSilicon X chip that does AI-based processing on images and videos that come from the IMX766 camera with 50 megapixels (1/1.56″).
There’s a reason why the Oppo Reno 8 Professional picked for the Snapdragon 7 Generation 1 model – does Qualcomm’s new mid-range product stand up to MediaTek’s Dimensity line? We’re eager to find out. The phone sports a slightly less 6.62″ AMOLED screen, but it’s still operating at 120Hz. The body of the phone is basically the same dimensions overall, but it’s smaller.
The Oppo Reno 8 isn’t really any more compact either, differing by fractions of a millimeter. It does have the smallest screen here, 6.43”, and it runs at 90Hz. This one is powered by the Dimensity 1300, a refreshed version of the 1200 chipset. The camera setup is similar, though unlike the other two there is no 8MP ultra wide camera or the extra power of MariSilicon.
Oppo Reno 8 Series Price
|Oppo Reno 8||CNY: 2,500 ($370/€350)||CNY: 3,000 ($445/€415)||NA|
|Oppo Reno 8 Pro||CNY: 3,000 ($445/€415)||CNY: 3,200 ($475/€445)||CNY: 3,500 ($520/€485)|
|Oppo Reno 8 Pro+||NA||CNY: 3,699 ($549/€515)||CNY: 3,999 ($595/€555)|
Reno 8 Pro+ and the vanilla Reno 8 Pro+ and the basic Reno8 will be available for purchase on China beginning on the 1st of June (Wednesday) however, the Pro will need to wait till June 11. We’ll take a brief look at the price:
We don’t know the pricing for global markets yet, or even a launch date to launch Reno 8. Reno 8 series. It is worth noting that there is a model that is called “Reno 8 Lite“, but it’s an modified version of Reno 7 Lite, so we don’t believe it’s part of the brand new series.