OPPO Reno 3 Pro Classic Blue Pantone color, price, specs, and availability via Revu Philippines

OPPO Reno 3, Reno 3 Pro: Prices, specs, availability

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OPPO‘s newest midrange smartphones — the OPPO Reno 3 and Reno 3 Pro — are the first in the Reno series to offer 5G connectivity and Android 10-based ColorOS 7 out of the box.

(Update, April 4, 2020: Read our hands-on reviews of the global versions of these two here [OPPO Reno 3 Pro] and here [OPPO Reno 3].)

(Update, March 13, 2020: The series is launching in the Philippines! Read OPPO Reno 3, Reno 3 Pro coming to the Philippines soon. Plus check a specs comparison between their global variants.)

(Update, February 22, 2020: The 4G version of the Pro model is already up for preorder 10 days before its March 2 debut. Read OPPO Reno 3 Pro 4G up for preorder in IN. Specs, rumored price here.)

(Update, December 27: Here’s something surprising: MediaTek vs Qualcomm: OPPO Reno 3 outperforms Reno 3 Pro.)

Both smartphones share a quad-camera setup on the back; the same Moonlight White, Moonlight Black, Bluestarry Night, and Sunrise Impression color variants; up to 12GB of RAM; an OLED screen with an optical fingerprint scanner; and a big battery with support for new fast-charging technology from OPPO.

The OPPO Reno 3 and Reno 3 Pro are also the company’s first smartphones to be powered by new chips — MediaTek’s Dimensity 1000L 5G and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G, respectively. Let’s take a look at each model individually.

OPPO Reno 3 and OPPO Reno 3 Pro price, specs, availability, and colors via Revu Philippines

OPPO Reno 3 Pro and OPPO Reno 3

OPPO Reno 3

The OPPO Reno 3 is the first next-generation smartphone to come with the MediaTek Dimensity 1000L. There are four Cortex-A77 cores and four Cortex-A55 cores in the CPU paired with a Mali-G77 GPU.

OPPO promises the Reno 3 will be 20% faster than something running with Cortex-A76 cores and that the device will be smarter with a custom APU 3.0 coupled with the processor.

So how much is it? The company offers two configurations for the handset: 8GB RAM + 128GB storage and 12GB RAM + 128GB storage priced at ¥3,399 (around P24,641 or $486) and ¥3,699 (P26,816 or $528), respectively. Both options will be available December 31 in China.

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The waterdrop notch on its 6.5-inch OLED display houses a 32-megapixel camera. The four cameras on the back include a 64-megapixel primary lens, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide shooter, a portrait camera, and a black-and-white sensor.

The OPPO Reno 3 comes equipped with a 4,025mAh battery with the improved VOOC 4.0 fast-charging technology. The upgraded tech charges the device from 0% to 50% in only 20 minutes and from 0% to 100% in just 56 minutes. Compared with the first version of VOOC, this one can fully charge a 4,000mAh battery in 73 minutes. We need to test it to confirm.

OPPO Reno 3 specs

  • 6.5-inch FHD+ OLED screen
  • Octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 1000L
  • 8GB/12GB RAM
  • 128GB storage
  • Quad 64MP (main), 8MP (ultra wide), 2MP (portrait), 2MP (monochrome) rear cameras
  • 32MP front camera
  • Fingerprint sensor (in-screen)
  • 4,025mAh battery with 30-watt USB-C fast charging
  • ColorOS 7 based on Android 10

OPPO Reno 3 Pro

The OPPO Reno 3 Pro is the second smartphone to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G chip after the Redmi K30 5G.

OPPO is offering two memory and storage options, too. The standard 8GB/256GB variant costs ¥3,999 (P28,991 or $571), while the 12GB/256GB model is priced at ¥4,499 (P32,615 or $643). The 128GB variant will be available in China starting December 31, while the 256GB option will be released January 10.

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There is a Pantone Color of the Year Classic Blue special edition with an 8GB RAM + 128GB storage configuration available for ¥4,199 (P30,441 or $600). It comes in a retail box with a white-and-blue motif and includes the similarly colored VOOC charger, charging cable, and predominantly white case. This version will also go on sale January 10th.

Unlike the non-Pro model, the OPPO Reno 3 Pro features a 6.5-inch OLED 90Hz display with curved edges and a punch hole on the upper-left side of the screen for the 32-megapixel selfie camera. The display supports HDR10+, features minimal bezels, and a 92.1% screen-to-body ratio.

OPPO Reno 3 Pro price, specs, and availability via Revu Philippines

The OPPO Reno 3 Pro features a punch-hole screen with a 90Hz refresh rate
OPPO Reno 3 Pro price, specs, and availability via Revu Philippines

One of the available colors of the OPPO Reno 3 series

At 7.7mm, the smartphone looks to be the thinnest dual-mode 5G phone in its price segment.

OPPO vice president and president of global marketing Brian Shen first teased the quad-camera setup on the back of the device. Staying true to the rumors, the Reno 3 Pro comes with a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 primary sensor, accompanied by a 13-megapixel telephoto lens, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 2-megapixel monochrome sensor. It supports 5x hybrid zoom, which includes 2x optical zoom and the rest done digitally.

As the company already confirmed, the OPPO Reno 3 Pro also has a 4,025mAh battery with enhanced 30-watt VOOC 4.0 fast-charging technology.

OPPO Reno 3 Pro specs

  • 6.5-inch FHD+ OLED screen with 90Hz refresh rate
  • Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor with 5G
  • 8GB/12GB RAM
  • 128GB/256GB storage
  • Quad 48MP (main), 13MP (telephoto), 8MP (ultra wide), 2MP (monochrome) rear cameras
  • 32MP front camera
  • Fingerprint sensor (in-screen)
  • 4,025mAh battery with 30-watt USB-C fast charging
  • ColorOS 7 based on Android 10

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Contributor: Nicole Batac spent the last 10 years as a consumer tech and lifestyle journalist and editor for print publications like Speed Magazine and 2nd Opinion Magazine and has had her work appear in other local publications. She now braves the world of freelance writing. In her free time, she obsessively listens to music, binge-watches shows on Netflix, eats well, and sleeps in.