Oppo Reno12 Series Official: Strong Specifications, Elegant Design

Oppo Reno12 Series Official: Strong Specifications, Elegant Design

Oppo stated that it will launch the Reno12 series this week, so the news that was made today isn’t all that shocking. The recently released Reno12 and Reno12 Pro appear to be good options for people looking for mid-range phones with high-end functionality, based on what has been made public.

The popular Oppo Reno11 series has some enhancements over its predecessors. First off, the MediaTek Dimensity 8250 processor that powers the Reno12 is a more recent chipset than the MediaTek Dimensity 8200 found in the Reno11.

In contrast to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor found in the Reno11 Pro, the more potent Dimensity 9200+ CPU, one of the more current MediaTek chipsets, powers the Reno12.

Numerous camera functions in the series have been enhanced by Oppo. First off, the three cameras on the Reno12 series phones are composed of an 8MP ultra-wide, a 50MP primary, and a 50MP 2x telephoto sensor.

The Sony IMX890 sensor (1/1.56-inch, 1.0µm pixels) on the Reno12 Pro model is marginally larger than the Sony LYT 600 sensor (1/1.95-inch) in the Reno12 model. There are no variations here as both versions come with a 50-megapixel front-facing camera.

Additionally, the 6.7-inch OLED display with FHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate is shared by the Reno12 and Reno12 Pro. Moreover, they include 5,000 mAh batteries that support 80W rapid charging.

There are several alternatives available when it comes to memory capacity. In contrast to the Pro model, which is offered in 12/256GB, 16/256GB, and 16/512GB configurations, the Reno12 model is offered in 12/256GB, 16/256GB, 12/512GB, and 16/512GB variants.

The IP65 rating and Corning Gorilla Glass coating on the Reno12 and Reno12 Pro make them more durable in terms of design in addition to being lighter and thinner than the earlier generations.

Cost and Accessibility

The cost of the Reno12 series is another important selling factor. They are quite competitively priced, despite being exclusive to China. Depending on the model, prices for the Millenium Silver, Soft Peach, and Ebony Black Reno12 range from $375 to $440.

Depending on the model, the enhanced Reno12 Pro can be purchased for as little as $470 or as much as $550 in Champagne Gold, Ebony Black, and Silver Fantasy Purple.

Sanchita Patil

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