Last week, OPPO discreetly launched the OPPO A32 smartphone in China. Not long after the OPPO A32’s launch, we discovered that the phone arrived as a remake of the previously announced OPPO A53 smartphone, which debuted in countries like Indonesia and India.
Now, reports have it that the brand is gearing up to take the cover off the OPPO Reno4 SE smartphone in China.
A few hours ago, the company confirmed the claims as it announced that the Reno4 SE would debut on September 21. Already, retail sites in China have opened reservation pages for the smartphone.
According to the phone’s retail listing, the smartphone will arrive in China in two storage variants, which include an 8GB RAM + 128GB storage model and an 8GB RAM + 256GB storage model.
It has a 6.43-inch AMOLED Full HD+ resolution display. The screen has a punch-hole, which houses the 32-megapixel selfie snapper, on its front side.
Under the hood, it is speculated that the Dimensity 720 chipset would serve as the smartphone’s driving force.
On the rear panel, a square-shaped module housing a 48-megapixel + 8-megapixel + 2-megapixel triple camera system sits pretty at the top left corner. The camera module also houses the LED flash.
A 4,300mAh battery, which has support for 65W fast charging tech would likely arrive with the Reno4 SE.
For the security, the phone features an in-screen fingerprint scanner.
In China, the OPPO Reno4 SE would be available in colours like super flash white, super flash blue, and super flash black.
Pricing details of the two variants remains unknown. However, sometime last week, a listing of the Reno4 SE smartphone was spotted in a China Telkom product library.
The listing says the 128GB model would cost 2,699 Yuan (~$397) and the 256GB model would carry a price tag of 2,999 Yuan (~$442).