Oppo has already begun the Reno4 line-up, but today it has taken a step back and introduced its Reno3 series. Oppo Reno3 A coming to Japan was the most recent addition to the portfolio of the firm.
With quad camera at the rear and a water drop notch at the front side of the current phone, the looks of the Oppo Reno3 5 G are downgraded across the entire sheet.
The chipset for the Reno3 A is Snapdragon 665 and 6 GB RAM. There is an AMOLED 6.44 “screen in the front, which is the same as the Reno3 5 G and Find X2 Lite / Reno3 Youth, but the overall panels are much wider, indicating a bit thicker bezel.
The four cams are equipped with a 48MP f/1.7 primary camera, 8MP f/2.2 ultra-wide – angle lens, 2MP f/2.4 depth sensor, and a macro camera with a 2MP f/2.4. There’s a 16MP and f/2.0 capability on the front camera.
The ColorOS 7.1 is shipped from the telephone and contains a battery of 4,025 mAh. There is no fast charging support, even with a USB-C port. The WLAN 802.11 a / c / s / ac, 2.4 GHz/ 5 GHz and NFC for payments online, and Bluetooth 5.0 also offer additional connectivity options.
Oppo sells Reno3 A in black and white just in two colours. It can be ordered in JPY39,800 ($370/€330) online or offline shops.