Sep 08, 2020 News
Recently, a mysterious new phone showed up on TENAA, a regulatory authority, as it was termed under the Oppo brand, with looks similar to the F17 from the manufacturer. This raised some eyebrows, but it aligns well with the report Weibo recently posted about a Reno 4 SE coming to the market - as both the TENAA and Weibo devices have identical specifications, which means that we might soon have in our hands the Reno 4 SE.
The back of the phone looks slick, with a stove-top camera module which houses 3 cameras and an LED flash inside as well. The camera array features a Sony IMX 48MP shooter as the primary lens, with an 8MP ultra wide camera, and a 2MP depth sensor.
If we come towards the front of the phone, then it has a punch hole design for the front camera, which will be a 32MP lens - good news for selfie lovers! The screen is going to be a 6.43” Super AMOLED panel with 90Hz refresh rate support, so expect a gorgeous looking display on the phone.
It’s expected that the phone will run on the Dimensity 800 as the main SoC, along with 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage - all of which will make the phone run silky smooth. Battery size on the device is going to be 4,300mAh - which by 2020 standards and due to the high quality display doesn’t seem too big, but when paired with the blazing 65W fast charging, it can be a top performing battery.
The phone is also going to be light, at 169 grams, as Oppo looks to be adding to the mid range market and releasing a cheaper but still a well-performing phone from its supposed flagship in the Reno series. It’s likely going to retail for about $380, when translated from the Chinese currency.