Less than three weeks after the official premiere of the semi-flagship smartphone Reno5 5G, the Chinese company OPPO presented its cheaper version – Reno5 4G. As the name suggests, the new product lacks support for fifth-generation networks.
The smartphone received the same as the original model, 6.43-inch screen with Full HD + 2400 × 1080 pixels resolution with a hole for the front camera. Interestingly, the front camera has also become more powerful – 44 megapixels instead of 32. The main camera remains the same: a 64-megapixel main sensor with a maximum aperture of f / 1.7, an 8-megapixel sensor with wide-angle optics with a viewing angle of 119 degrees, and two 2 -megapixel sensor – for macro shooting and scene depth analysis.
The processor was also changed – Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G instead of Snapdragon 765G. Memory: 8 GB RAM and 128 GB flash drives. The battery capacity is 4310 mAh. Here, however, the power of supported charging has been reduced from 65 to 50 W. But the price tag has also decreased – from 410 to 375 dollars.