Anonymous, 07 Jun 2020ONLY good on paperGood phone
when launch in indonesia....?
ONLY good on paper
Overpriced for the midrange phone 😑
Android Master, 06 Jun 2020Is that why iPhones keep reloading apps and games? Is that why they can't do true multitaskin... moreI never use iOS in my whole life, so I cannot comment anything about it. I do, however, experience Windows Phone OS since that is now my current primary daily driver and I can easily tell that it is a real night and day difference, especially for low-end and midrange devices. The performance difference just beggars belief! There is just literally no effing way a 1GB Nokia Lumia with Snapdragon 4xx device running Windows Phone performs faster than a 3GB or 4GB RAM Android device with the same 4xx or 6xx chipset. It shouldn't be possible! Literally speaking, the only way I can get comparable speed with Windows Phone in an Android is to use a custom ROM with OpenGApps pico or microG.
600 dollars for an upper midrange phone? that's just bad pricing
Anonymous, 06 Jun 2020Chinese UIs are crappy (except onelus). That is why they boost RAM every year. Says the guy who never used any Chinese Android skin in 2020 let alone OnePlus.
YUKI93, 05 Jun 2020Not surprised with such RAM when it comes to Android OS. Efficient memory management is not An... moreIs that why iPhones keep reloading apps and games?
Is that why they can't do true multitasking?
Is that why apps are frozen in background?
What consumers would like to know (or should like to know) is how well a phone charges using a >>standard
SteveFOX, 05 Jun 202012GB RAM on a mid-range SoC? That's just plain wrong. Overall, another IMX586 main cam, the p... moreIt doesn't have periscope, the 5x zoom is hybrid meaning main and telephoto lens both capture the zoomed in image for better quality than simply cropping
Oppo is making a mess out of this lineup. The initial phones were too expensive for the brand. The mid releases were good but people expected those high end specs. And now it's Reno 4 which will be flowing down the smartphone drain pretty soon not because of its hardware, but it's pricing.
SteveFOX, 05 Jun 202012GB RAM on a mid-range SoC? That's just plain wrong. Overall, another IMX586 main cam, the p... moreNot surprised with such RAM when it comes to Android OS. Efficient memory management is not Android's strong point.
12GB RAM on a mid-range SoC? That's just plain wrong.
Overall, another IMX586 main cam, the periscope is a nice addition and 65W of charging but that chipset can't do 90fps on demanding games.
Better get the 10x zoom Reno with SD855.
Beautiful design of an utterly stupid phone. What's the point of it when it has the same SoC as the predecessor and gets released just a half a year later after Reno3?
It this had Snapdragon 865 for maximum performance, or a Snapdragon 855 / Dimesnity 1000 for great performance to price ratio, it would be a great, valid option.
I really like the camera bump, with that transparent area around the cameras.
Also, it seems that the non-Pro version has platic frame. Personally, I find that a good thing, but it's worth pointing out this difference between the two models.
Mobilemaster, 05 Jun 2020It has 5x optical zoom for sure??2x optical zoom, 5x hybrid optical and 20x digital zoom
This design is just amazing, so the color options are, but it's not a worthy upgrade from Reno 3 Pro cause everything is nearly the same except ultra-wide camera. Also 5x hybrid optical zoom is a cheat.