Oppo has introduced two new models to its Reno line of smartphones: Reno2 and Reno2 F.
The reveal of the new devices certainly comes as a surprise as Oppo revealed the new Reno series less than half a year ago.
Nevertheless, progress marches onwards and the two new models bring plenty of new features improvements over the original that make them a temptation that is hard to resist.
For starters, though the Reno2 and Reno2 F look identical, they differ in terms of their 16-Megapixel selfie cameras that they come with. If you were to look closely, the pop-up selfie cameras on the Reno2 resembles the original’s ‘shark fin’ style while the Reno2 F looks like your standard pop-up selfie camera.
The two models share some other similarities including both featuring 6.5-inch Full HD+ AMOLED displays. The main difference is the higher-end Reno2 boasts a brighter screen over the Reno2 F.
The Reno2 also has comes with more internal storage (256GB) over the Reno2 F which has 128GB.
Another major difference between the Reno2 and Reno2 F is their processors, with the Reno2 boasting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G while the Reno2 F has a MediaTek P70 processor.
Yet another split down the middle between the two models is the camera. While they share some similarities with both boasting 48-Megapixel main cameras (albeit using different sensors), 8-Megapixel wide angle and 2-Megapixel monochrome camera; the Reno2 has a telephoto camera with Oppo’s trademark 5X Hybrid Zoom whereas the Reno2 F does not.
Video wise, the Reno2 is able to record up to 4K video quality while the Reno2 F is limited to Full HD videos only.
Now bringing the phones back in together again, they both feature 4,000mAh batteries that are support Oppo’s VOOC Flash Charge 3.0 technology.
You can get your hands on the Reno2 and Reno2 F starting 26 October from RM2,299 and RM1,599 respectively.