An Oppo Reno7 limited to 4G connectivity has quietly appeared on the company’s online store in Indonesia. This will be the first in the series as all previous Reno7 models support 5G, though this one isn’t too dissimilar to the Reno7 Z 5G.
The Z 5G model has a Snapdragon 695, while the 4G model uses a Snapdragon 680. It is paired with 8GB of RAM (plus 5GB virtual RAM) and 256GB storage. The phone runs ColorOS 12.1 (based on Android 12) out of the box.Oppo Reno7 (4G) with a Snapdragon 680 chipset (8/256 GB memory)
The Reno7 has a 6.43” AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution and 90Hz refresh rate (180Hz touch sampling rate for up to 2 fingers), plus Gorilla Glass 5 protection. It is HDR compatible and has the necessary Widevine level to stream HD HDR content from Amazon Prime Video and other services.6.43" AMOLED display, FHD+ resolution, HDR supported, 90Hz refresh rate
Punch holed in the top left corner is a 32MP selfie camera based on the Sony IMX709 sensor (which has an RGBW filter). We’ve seen this sensor on other Reno7 models and even the flagship Find X5 Pro. Unfortunately, video recording is less flashy and tops out at 1080p @ 30 fps.
As for the rear cameras, there is a 64MP main module, a 2MP macro camera and a 2MP depth sensor. The main module has an f/1.7 lens (79°) with autofocus. Similar to its siblings, this Reno7 has an LED ring around one of its cameras.
The Reno7 is powered by a 4,500mAh battery with support for 33W SuperVOOC. It can get up to 39% in 15 minutes, but if all you need is a quick top-up to finish binging your favorite TV show, a 5 minute charge is enough for 100 minutes of video.4,500 mAh battery with 33W fast charging (0-39% in 15 minutes)
The phone itself measures a hair under 7.5 mm thick, its fiber glass body offers basic IPX4 splash protection. The Cosmic Black colorway is pretty classic, while the Sunset Orange offers a leatherette finish for the back.
This is a dual-SIM phone, with no microSD slot. At least there is a 3.5 mm headphone jack on the bottom. The retail package includes a charger, USB cable and a few other basics.
The Oppo Reno7 (4G) is available for pre-order in Indonesia through the official Oppo store, sales will start on April 1. It costs IDR 5,200,000 ($365/€325/₹27,400). Right now it comes with a free Bluetooth speaker and the option to grab an Oppo Watch with a discount.
It's ironic onsidering the guy probably doesn't even know how many features iOS copies from android every year lmao
Saying all android phones are iPhone copies is a bit of a stretch, but many BBK made phones do take some "inspiration" from the current iPhone from when they were made if you know what I mean. Just look at the Oppo F1s and Vivo V9, and Real...