Oppo introduced its Reno series back in April of last year and the line quickly filled its ranks. The latest members are the Reno4 and Reno4 Pro and they bring OLED displays, Snapdragon 765G chipsets and capable camera setups.
As the name suggests the Oppo Reno4 Pro brings a more sophisticated camera setup with OIS on the main 48MP shooter and a dedicated telephoto lens. The Pro also gets a 90Hz refresh rate screen which comes in at 6.5-inches with a single punch hole cutout for the 32MP selfie cam.
The vanilla model settles for a 6.4-inch panel but comes with a dual punch-hole cutout with the same 32MP selfie cam backed by a 2MP depth helper.
Around the back, the Reno4 gets a 48MP main shooter alongside an 8MP ultrawide snapper and a 2MP depth helper. The Reno4 Pro steps up the ultrawide cam to 12MP and also comes with a 13MP telephoto module capable 5x hybrid optical and 20x digital zoom.
Oppo is including its Live HDR video which promises better detail preservation and color accuracy, especially in low light scenarios.
Under the hood, the Reno4 series run on the Snapdragon 765G chipset with up to 12GB RAM and up to 256GB storage. Both are also 5G capable and boot ColorOS 7.2 based on Android 10.
The batteries come in at 4,000 mAh and support 65W fast wired charging - SuperVOOC 2.0.
The Oppo Reno4 will be available in blue, black and purple colors while the Pro will come in black, white, green and two special blue and red Reno Glow colors which feature a frosted glass design.
The Reno4 will go for CNY 2,999 ($422) in its 8/128GB configuration while the 8/256GB version will set buyers back CNY 3,299 ($465).
The Reno4 Pro starts at CNY 3,799 ($535) for the 8/128GB trim while the 12/256GB variant will retail for CNY 4,299 ($606).
Sales for the Reno4 series in China are scheduled to begin on June 12. International availability was not detailed.