Oppo Reno8 and Reno8 Pro arrive in Europe, Oppo Pad Air and accessories tag along
Oppo is launching several devices in Europe today – two Reno phones, its first tablet in Western Europe and a few accessories. These aren’t new products, just new to the region.
The Reno8 and Reno8 Pro are powered by Dimensity 1300 and Dimensity 8100-Max chips, respectively. Both have high refresh rate AMOLED displays (6.4” 90Hz for the vanilla and 6.7” 120Hz for the Pro). Also, both pack premium Sony sensors – 50MP 1/1.56” IMX766 for the main cam and 32MP 1/2.74” RGBW for the selfie camera (the Pro also boasts a MariSilicon X image processor). Even better, these are the first Reno phones to support 80W fast charging (no wireless charging, though).
The Oppo Reno8 comes with 8/256GB memory and has a €600 price tag. The Oppo Reno8 Pro has the same 8/256GB configuration, but with a faster chipset and other hardware advantages it costs €800. Brits are looking at £420 and £600, respectively.
The Reno8 series will start appearing in stores in Europe later today. Early buyers will get a free pair of Enco X2 buds and an extended 3-year warranty.
Now for a few accessories, starting with the SuperVOOC car charger that can give your Reno8 the full 80W of power. And there is a USB-A port if you need to charge something else at the same time. You can pick one of these up for €50.
The Enco X2 buds that you can get for free with a Reno8 now are normally €200, so that is a pretty good deal.
Finally, the Oppo Band 2 has a 1.57” AMOLED display (rectangular) and a custom, highly efficient Apollo 3.5 chipset, which means it can stretch its 200mAh battery to 14 days of regular use. The Band 2 can be yours for €70.