The Oppo Reno Z is only available in China at this point, but it will make its European debut next week starting with the Netherlands.
The smartphone will hit Dutch stores on July 5 with MediaMarkt and Belsimpel confirmed to carry it. Its price tag will be €349 ($395) for the 4GB/128GB variant. It will be offered in Black and Purple colors.
The notch houses a 32MP camera for selfies and video calls, and there's a dual camera setup at the back which includes 48MP main and 5MP depth sensor units.
The Reno Z comes with an in-display fingerprint scanner and packs a 4,035 mAh battery with 20W VOOC 3.0 fast charging support.
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>Stupidly oversized 6.4" phablet for 349Â€ Europe says "no thanks, but nice try"
Price/segment aim looks like last years Oppo RX17 Neo. Even the color scheme is the same, only inverted (top pink bottom blue). Hopefully this one will be more successful than the Neo.
I saw NFC on a datasheet. There are : - amoled - 128go storage - fingerprint scanner under the screen - 48MP camera (with a soc that can deal with it) - high grade AI - Vooc fast-charge, one of the best one. Price isn't that bad on...