The Chinese company, known worldwide for its great smartphones on decks with innovative technologies, announced the premiere of the successor of its flagship, which has a periscope optical system and up to 10x zoom.
The decision of the Oppo authorities is surprising, because the Reno series appeared on the market only 3 months ago, and the successors of these great smartphones are getting ready. Flagships have on board powerful Snapdragon 855 processors, Adreno 640 graphics chip, 8-12 GB of RAM and 256-512 GB of data space.
However, their most important attribute is a frameless display, without a notch, because the selfie camera has been hidden in the upper part of the housing and extends from it like a shark fin from the sea. The main camera is a 48 MP sensor from Sony. Oppo, however, already has a ready successor to both Reno and Reno 10x zoom.
Introducing #OPPOReno2 #Quadcam with #20xZoom. Coming first to India on 28.08.2019 pic.twitter.com/ySwRdeoXLa
The premiere of Reno 2 will take place on August 28. For now, little is known about it, except that it will have a huge zoom. Information on as many as 4 rear cameras appeared on advertising posters, and one of them is to offer up to 20 times hybrid zoom thanks to improved periscope technology. Reno 2 is expected to be a competitor for the upcoming Huawei Mate 30 Pro.