Precisely a month ago, two devices were presented in China which, like ghosts, revealed themselves to us a few days before. Oppo Reno 4 and 4 Pro. These devices came out a little muted immediately after the series Find X2 and it seems that they will be highly appreciated. Aesthetically, they have a truly unique rear camera design: three large vertical sensors. Apparently it could look like any smartphone but it has that something that distinguishes it from others. The variant Global also has differences with China though, and this unboxing reveals which ones.
The first unboxing of Oppo Reno 4 Pro in Global version reveals the differences and similarities with the China version
A Twitter user shared a video that he would show right Oppo reno 4 pro in all its beauty. It is a video showing the first unboxing of the version ever Global. We understand it from the English writings on the packaging and on the plastic applied on the display. Recall that version China of this smartphone integrates a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G, one of the most popular mid-ranges of the moment. Well, the Global version will unfortunately count on a SoC in a bit less performance.
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Based on what we see, this Reno has a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G instead of the 765G. In terms of performance the two processors have very little difference. To change mainly is the slightly lower clock frequency in the first and the amount of memory: in 720G we can count on a memory 8 GB maximum RAM while the Chinese one reaches up to 12 GB. Also there RAM speed is slightly lower but this will not affect the operation of the device.
Unboxing reveals that there will be a 65W charger for SuperVOOC 2.0 but also that we can count on a feature that is now increasingly rare: the 3.5 mm headphone jack. For some reason Oppo has decided to integrate it on this Reno 4 Pro and this can only please users.
As for the other fundamental feature of the device, namely the photographic sector, nothing changes. We continue to have a triple vertical module with sensors from 48 + 13 + 12 megapixel. Unfortunately for now we don't know anything else: we are missing the data as battery (but it will certainly be the same as the China version), the price Global but above all the exit date.
Source | Twitter