OPPO has confirmed the launch of the OPPO Reno 4 SE — likely its most affordable 5G phone yet — next week, September 21, in its native China. Prior to the launch, though, customers there can already reserve a unit in advance.
(Update, September 21: And this has been launched! Read OPPO Reno 4 SE 5G now official with 65W super-fast charging.)
Preorders start today and end September 20, a day before the official announcement. This Reno’s product page on OPPO’s website and the company’s Chinese social media channels show the device’s front and rear panels in their full glory. Confirmed colors include Super Flash Black, Super Flash White, and Super Flash Blue.
OPPO Reno 4 SE 5G teaser video
The OPPO Reno 4 SE will have three cameras in a square module on the back, while the front-facing camera is located in a punch hole on the upper-left side of the screen. There’s a power button on the right side; the left houses a volume rocker; and the bottom features a standard headphone jack, a cutout for the bottom-firing speaker, plus a USB-C interface that supports 65-watt fast charging.
That means the 4,300mAh battery inside the smartphone is split into two 2,150mAh cells to allow the flagship-grade charging rate.
The Reno 4 SE is said to feature a 6.43-inch Super AMOLED display with an under-screen fingerprint scanner and FHD+ resolution. According to a listing on China Telecom’s site, the phone is also expected to run OPPO’s Android 10-based ColorOS software on a MediaTek Dimensity 720 5G chipset with 8GB RAM and 128GB or 256GB of internal storage. Previously, the handset was believed to sport a more powerful Dimensity 800 chip.
As for the possible price, a report has claimed that the OPPO Reno 4 SE 5G will start at ¥2,599, which translates to roughly P18,561 in Philippine pesos and $384 in U.S. dollars.
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