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The Reno8 T series was introduced with a bang

The Reno8 T series was introduced with a bang

THE Reno8 T 4G and 5G we expected the devices to arrive next Wednesday, but in Vietnam they became available today without much fanfare. The LTE-capable version is available in a traditional black or orange leather-effect cover with an expandable memory package of 8/256 GB, while the 5G model also offers an 8/128 GB version in black or pearl. By the way, the specifications do not cause any special surprises, we knew pretty much everything in advance.

Oppo Reno8 T 4G [+]

For example, the Reno8 T 4G works with Helio G99, the resolution of the 6.43-inch AMOLED panel is Full HD, the image refresh rate is 90 Hz, and there is a 32-megapixel front camera. On the back, we find a 100-megapixel main camera (it is not clear whether this is the native resolution), but in addition, there are only two 2-megapixel sensors in the role of macro and depth of field.

However, the customizable LED border around the main camera with a notification function, the 3.5 mm jack, the stereo sound, the aptX, aptX HD and LDAC support (BT 5.3), respectively NFC is a pleasant surprise. The system is powered by a 5,000 mAh battery, and a 33-watt charging head is included as standard. For all this, in Vietnam, you have to pay 128,000 dong.

Oppo Reno8 T 5G (aka. Oppo A1 Pro)
Oppo Reno8 T 5G (aka. Oppo A1 Pro) [+]

THE Reno8 T 5G not even that exciting as the Oppo A1 Pro has been rebranded. There won’t be a jack here, will it? Instead, the Snapdragon 695 is also used with a 5G modem, the 10-bit, 6.7-inch OLED panel works with 120 Hz image refresh, the maximum fast charging is 67 watts, although the battery is a little smaller, 4800 mAh comes with it, and a 108-megapixel main camera has been added to the two auxiliary sensors. Bluetooth is only 5.1, but you don’t have to give up codec support and NFC is also available. This device can be chosen for HUF 151,000 in local money, and both models will probably be available here as well.

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