The Oppo Reno2 F announced in August is now on sale in India. It's priced at INR25,990 ($365/€335) and can be purchased from Amazon.in and offline stores across the country.
The Reno2 F is built around a 6.5" FHD+ notchless AMOLED display with a fingerprint reader embedded in it. It boots Android Pie-based ColorOS 6.1 and has a Helio P70 SoC under the hood with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage.
For photography, the Reno2 F has a 16MP selfie camera mounted on a pop-up mechanism, and a quad camera setup on the back which is a combination of a 48MP main, 8MP ultrawide, 2MP mono, and 2MP depth sensor units.
The Reno2 F comes in Sky White and Lake Green colors and packs a 4,000 mAh battery having 20W VOOC 3.0 Flash Charge support.
Given the price, why would anyone buy this over the Redmi K20 Pro which sports the **hugely** more powerful Snapdragon 855 SoC (like extremely pronounced difference)? Oppo has gone mad.
This may sell great due to its affordable price and quad camera feature...
Initially, this MediaTek-powered smartphone was expected to be at 20k. Why increase in price?