China’s Reno3 Pro 5G heads to Poland but drops 5G support

    

The Reno3 Pro 5G released in China last December. It has a Snapdragon 765G processor, an AMOLED display, and support for 5G. Then last month, OPPO announced the Reno3 Pro in India with a different design, different camera specs, and a MediaTek Helio P95 chipset. Now, the Chinese version has appeared on OPPO’s Polish website with the same specifications but………without 5G.

The Reno3 Pro on the Polish site has the model number CPH2009 which is different from the Chinese variant’s PCRM00 and PCRT00 model numbers.

The phone has a 6.5-inch 2400 x 1080 curved AMOLED display with a punch-hole at the top left corner for the selfie camera and a 90Hz refresh rate. The Snapdragon 765G processor inside is paired with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.

The Reno3 Pro has a 48MP + 8MP + 13MP + 2MP quad-camera setup on the rear while a 32MP camera is in front for selfies and video calls. The phone has 5x hybrid zoom, 20X Digital Zoom, OIS + EIS, and can record in 4K at 30fps.

Other features include NFC, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.1, dual SIM support, stereo speakers, Dolby Atmos, and an in-display fingerprint scanner. It packs a 4025mAh battery capacity with support for VOOC 4.0. The Reno3 Pro runs ColorOS 7 based on Android 10 out of the box and is available in Moonlight Black and Starry Blue.

OPPO has put a price tag of PLN 2,600 (€572/$622) on the phone and will begin shipping on April 20. If you choose to pre-order, you will get a free pair of OPPO Enco Free TWS earbuds. Interested buyers can grab a unit from T-Mobile, MediaMarkt, X-Kom, Allegro, Media Expert, Neonet, and RTV Euro. The promo runs until April 19, 2020.

Geekbench shows a version with 12GB of RAM, which is exclusive to the 5G model – the other one tops out at 8 gigs. The abridged user manual shows most of the same specs too.

And of course, there’s the 5G connectivity, but the changes go well beyond a new modem. At least Oppo didn’t change the specs yet again for the international version, based on what we’re seeing from the FCC docs and Geekbench.

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