Oppo to launch non-5G variant of the Reno 3 Pro on March 6

Oppo to launch non-5G variant of the Reno 3 Pro on March 6

What if you want to have the Oppo Reno 3 Pro, but have no need for the 5G option?

That used to not be an option, but the company has thought about its stance again. That is why we now have the phone sporting the main features that makes the other Pro phone great, but without the 5G on top of it.

The new Oppo Reno 3 Pro comes with the latest Helio P95 chipset under the hood of a 6.5-inch screen, using 8GB of RAM with either 128GB or 256GB of storage spaces. The phone will also allow users to expand their storage if they feel the ones that comes with the phone isn’t enough to take care of their needs.

No matter which of the storage picks you get, the phone has a dual selfie camera setup on the front panel and a quad camera setup on the back. Unlike it is with the 5G model, this new one comes with a 64MP main snapper, paired with a 13MP telephoto lens, 8MP shooter for ultrawide shots and a final 2MP lens for depth sensing.

Inside the Oppo Reno 3 Pro is a 4025mAh battery that is paired with the company’s latest 30W fast charging tech. Rounding that up with Android 10 and color finishes of Auroral Blue/ Midnight Black/ Sky White, Oppo has surely done a great job on this one.

If you want this unit, you will have to wait for the launch on March 6. There, the device will be unveiled for prices of $415 for the 8GB/ 128GB option. If you were going for the other storage option, you would have to shell out $455 for that instead.

While we have the launch date, though, there is no word as to when it would be released to the markets – and what markets will be getting it besides China