Catering to a more budget-conscious crowd, the Reno4 Pro comes with a dedicated microSD slot (missing on the 5G version) and a headphone jack (also a 4G-only feature), though the stereo speakers didn't make the cut.
With a screen-to-body ratio up to 92.01% and a 6.5-inch E3 Super AMOLED screen, the Reno4 Pro ensures users can see every detail on the screen when snapping photos or filming videos. The Oppo Reno 4 Pro measures 160.20 x 73.20 x 7.70mm (height x width x thickness) and weighs 161.00 grams. You also find a tiny punch-hole cutout, housing a 32MP selfie camera, at the top left.
The handset comes with a quad-camera setup placed in a rather appealing symmetry at the back. Interestingly enough, the camera array is quite different from the one offered by the Chinese version. It's helmed by a 48MP primary camera and paired with an 8MP ultra-wide camera, a 2MP depth sensor, and a 2MP macro camera. Worth noting that the fourth and final sensor is a 2MP Monochromatic Sensor.
Under the hood, the phone ships with the aforementioned Snapdragon 720G SoC.
The OPPO Reno4 Pro has a 3D Borderless Sense Screen, which has a 55.9 degree curvature that provides a comfortable in-hand feel. It has one variant and that features 8GB RAM and 128BG storage. It comprises of a graphics tube, graphite sheet, and a copper foil to keep the temperatures in check while gaming or heavy usage. Every component - power brick, cable, phone, and even the battery itself - monitors the situation and if anything goes wrong, the power is cut immediately. For the price, the 41mm OPPO Watch starts at 229 Euro (~RM1,147) and will be available in Black, Pink, Gold, or Silver. It is unsure when will it come to Malaysia, but a "global launch" means it might come soon!
The new handset will reach India on August 5 and will retail for INR 34,990 which is just around €390/$465. The phone will be found on Amazon and Flipkart and both retailers will be giving a gift box to the first 1,000 costumers. The phone is already official and available for pre-order.