OPPO Launches The Reno 2 Series With Two New Devices; Reno 2 & Reno 2F

OPPO has finally released the device they’ve been teasing for so long; the OPPO Reno 2, and with a surprise twist, they’ve added the Reno F, a cheaper, lower specced variant. But of course, the Reno series has an emphasis on their cameras, as the Reno 2 come with 48MP + 13MP (telephoto) + 8MP (wide-angle) + 2MP (mono Lens) quad rear camera. But this is paired with a 5x hybrid zoom capability, which has close to no perceptible loss of quality. It’s also capable of a 20x zoom because of the priscopic camera setup on the rear.

There are also additional camera features such as an Ultra Dark Mode for low-light photography, and an Ultra Steady Video as well, for added video stabilisation. So you get all that, for the price of RM 2299.

The Reno F (Left) & Reno 2 (Right)

But in case you weren’t feeling all to great about that price point (we don’t blame you), there’s a cheaper Reno device, called the Reno F. This device starts from RM 1599, and it features a 48MP (GM1+EIS) + 8MP (wide-angle) + 2MP (mono Lens) + 2MP (portrait Lens). So a lower specced camera, but that’s not all the differences. The Reno 2 has a Snapdragon 730G processor, while the Reno F is on the MTK P70 platform. The other main differentiator in design, is the fact that the Reno F doesn’t feature the fabled Shark-Fin pop up camera, but rather has a Vertical pop up cam, similar to other phones on the market.

Both phones feature a 6.5″ AMOLED screen, 4000 mAh battery, and 8GB of RAM. But the Reno 2 has 256 GB of storage, while the Reno F has 128GB, which I personally is more than enough.

To know more about the devices, check out the link here!


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