OPPO Reno 3 vs OPPO Reno 3 Pro global or international versions' specs compared by Revu Philippines

OPPO Reno 3, Reno 3 Pro now available on Smart postpaid

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Earlier, we reported that the new OPPO Reno 3 and OPPO Reno 3 Pro are now available for preorder in the Philippines for P18,990 (around $374) and P28,990 ($571), respectively.

(Update, April 30: Our reviews are up! Read OPPO Reno 3 review: Heating up the midrange competition and OPPO Reno 3 Pro review: Pro cameras in a midranger.)

Those are the local off-contract prices, but if you want a data plan to go along with your new phone, you can also purchase the Reno 3 series online through Smart Communications’ Signature Device Plan, for as low as P999 ($20) monthly with a minimum cash-out amount.

SEE ALSO: OPPO Reno 3 hands-on review: A new midrange contender and OPPO Reno 3 Pro (global): Top 5 features we’re excited about

As usual, new subscribers will need to submit some requirements and documents for assessment and approval before the device is shipped to their address. For existing subscribers, this page should help.

All subscriptions will have a 24-month term. Shipping will be free nationwide, albeit with some delays due to the government’s quarantine protocols in Luzon and many parts of the Philippines. Additionally, you will get a free set of Bluetooth earbuds if you purchase early.

If you’re interested in the OPPO Reno 3, these are the available Signature Device Plans from Smart:

  • Signature Device Plan S (P999 [$20] monthly; P6,800 [$134] cash out)
    • 5GB monthly data
    • Unlimited SMS messages
    • Unlimited calls to Smart/TNT numbers
    • 50 minutes calls to any number
  • Signature Device Plan M (P1,499 monthly [$30]; P3,100 [$61] cash out)
    • 10GB monthly data
    • Unlimited SMS messages
    • Unlimited calls to Smart/TNT numbers
    • 100 minutes calls to any number
  • Signature Device Plan L (P1,999 [$39] monthly; no cash out)
    • 15GB monthly data
    • Unlimited SMS messages
    • Unlimited calls to Smart/TNT numbers
    • 150 minutes calls to any number
  • Signature Device Plan XL (P2,999 monthly [$59]; no cash out)
    • 30GB monthly data
    • Unlimited SMS messages
    • Unlimited calls to Smart/TNT numbers
    • 300 minutes calls to any number

The OPPO Reno 3 Pro, on the other hand, is offered under these plans:

  • Signature Device Plan S (P999 [$20] monthly; P11,300 [$223] cash out)
    • 5GB monthly data
    • Unlimited SMS messages
    • Unlimited calls to Smart/TNT numbers
    • 50 minutes calls to any number
  • Signature Device Plan M (P1,499 monthly [$30]; P7,600 [$150] cash out/P1,699 [$33] monthly; P3,000 [$59] cash out)
    • 10GB monthly data
    • Unlimited SMS messages
    • Unlimited calls to Smart/TNT numbers
    • 100 minutes calls to any number
  • Signature Device Plan L (P1,999 monthly [$39]; P4,000 [$79] cash out/P2,099 monthly [$41]; P1,710 [$34] cash out)
    • 15GB monthly data
    • Unlimited SMS messages
    • Unlimited calls to Smart/TNT numbers
    • 150 minutes calls to any number
  • Signature Device Plan XL (P2,999 monthly [$59]; no cash out)
    • 30GB monthly data
    • Unlimited SMS messages
    • Unlimited calls to Smart/TNT numbers
    • 300 minutes calls to any number

To recap, the OPPO Reno 3 and Reno 3 Pro sport fingerprint-sensing AMOLED screens and quad cameras on the back, as well as a 44-megapixel front camera for incredibly sharp selfies. They come with a MediaTek Helio P90 series processor with 8GB RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage and run Android 10-based ColorOS 7 on a 4,000mAh battery that supports fast charging over USB-C.

Both OPPO smartphones are equipped with 4G LTE modems; they don’t support 5G networks.

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 12 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between. His latest addiction is the comments section of viral Facebook posts.