Back in December, OPPO launched the Reno 3 series in China. Design- and spec-wise, these phones were a departure for the Reno line. Unlike its predecessors that sported motorized, wedge-shaped front cameras, the Reno 3 has a more conventional look we’ve grown accustomed to when it comes to modern-day smartphones.
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.
We already know how much the global variant of the OPPO Reno 3 is going to be in the Philippines. Today, we finally got a confirmation on the suggested retail price of its higher-specced sibling.
The international variant of the OPPO Reno 3 is now official in the Philippines — and finally available for preorder on e-commerce site Shopee.
OPPO is on a roll. While the COVID-19-related lockdown in the Philippines may seem to have stalled the Reno 3 and Reno 3 Pro‘s launch in the country, elsewhere, it’s a different story. It’s been announcing phones left and right — the latest of which is the OPPO A52.
It turns out OPPO isn’t done launching new phones in April yet. After quietly making the OPPO A92s and Find X2 Lite official yesterday, the company has announced the OPPO A12 — and A92 — for the Indonesian market.
OPPO today launched the A92s and Find X2 Pro Lite, but it looks like the company isn’t done launching new smartphones this month.
OPPO recently launched the OPPO A92s in China. Now, it is the OPPO Find X2 Lite‘s turn in the news cycle, after several weeks in the rumor mill.
MediaTek’s Dimensity 800 5G chip was launched in January with the goal of bringing flagship features, power, and performance to premium midrange 5G phones. Today, we finally see a unit that uses it.
OPPO has launched the Ace 2 5G gaming phone in China, and the A92s could be next.