Although we have passed the launch of the MediaTek Dimensity 9200 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, on November 24, Oppo will not unveil its new flagship devices, but the mid-range Reno9 family. But they won’t have to struggle with a lack of horsepower either: the Pro can offer the professional Dimensity 8100 in terms of performance and consumption, and the Pro+ can offer the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, which is now a generation older but with top speed, supported by the MariSilicon X NPU.
The sequel may inherit the features of the Reno8 family [+]
Of course, it is also true that Oppo is the premium price brand of BBK Electronics, so the Reno9 series will definitely not enter the price/value competition of Realme mobiles belonging to the large family. Of course, with such elite devices as the Find X5 Pro, the matter is somewhat understandable, and in terms of design, the category below the flagship won’t have to be ashamed either: the update coming next week may carry the character traits of the Reno8.