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Oppo Reno S to be Launched in December with 64MP Camera in India

Oppo is all set to launch another new smartphone of the Reno series in India. The phone will be Oppo Reno S. with a 64MP camera. It will be added to the list with Redmi Note 8 Pro, Realme XT and Samsung A70s with 64MP cameras in India. However, these new oppo smartphones will be a premium device compared to the existing smartphones.

The Chinese company is all set to launch it in India in the first week of December. It will be made available both offline and online. The smartphone may upgrade to the original Oppo Reno in India. According to 91mobiles, the Reno S will be a premium smartphone priced at over Rs 40,000. With this price tag, it is estimated that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus processor can be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus processor.

Oppo launched the Reno Ace in China last month with the Snapdragon 855+. Apart from the new processor, the Reno S also offers 65W Super VOOC 2.0 fast charging technology. The difference between Reno Ace and Reno S will be of rear camera setup. Reno S is likely to be a completely new device, not a rebranded version of Reno Ace.

Reno S is available in China. It comes with 48MP cameras. Chances are that the OPPO 64MP camera in Reno S will be used. When it is launched in December, it will be India’s first smartphone with 65W fast charging support. OPPO claims it will take only 10 minutes to charge 4,000mAh batteries 0 to 50 percent via Super VOOC 2.0. At the time of launch, the company claimed that it would take less than 27 minutes for the battery to fully charge.

OPPO launched the Reno 10X Zoom and Reno in June this year. Reno 2, Reno 2Z and Reno 2F were launched as upgrades to the two in the month of September. Now the company is thinking about adding Reno S to the lineup.

Caleb Lombardo
Caleb Lombardo
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