Oppo’s Reno10 series made its debut in China at the end of May, now the trio is preparing to launch in India – mark July 10 on your calendars (next Monday), “the new portrait expert is coming”, says Oppo.
The highlights focus on the Oppo Reno10 Pro+ – the top tier model has a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, 100W SuperVOOC charging and a 64MP periscope lens with OIS (3x optical zoom).Oppo Reno10 Pro+ highlights
The Reno10 and Reno10 Pro drop down to 32MP resolution and 2x magnifications for their periscopes. Note that the models sold in India will have some differences compared to those in China. The Reno10 Pro will have a Snapdragon 778G (instead of Dimensity 8200) and 80W charging (down from 100W). The vanilla model will use a Dimensity 7050 (instead of Snapdragon 778G) and slower 67W charging (down from 80W).
All three phones will have IR blasters so that they can be your remote control for TVs, air conditioners and other appliances. Also, Oppo boasts that its Dynamic Computing Engine will be able to juggle 40 or more apps in the background without slowdown.
The Reno10 series will be available through Flipkart.
Greedy oppo would still limit Reno10 Pro+ to 4k 30fps even if the chipset supports it. Also with the Snapdragon 778g on 10 Pro, people are gonna say 'Its a downgrade from Reno8 Pro.' Perhaps the 10 Pro replaces the vanilla version, and...
Pro has historically launched at 40-45k. Pro+ will launch at 50k (my guess). Non-Pro should be 30k base variant.