Oppo Reno10 Pro global version is yet to be released, despite that, some leaks have already revealed some disappointing news. According to leakster @Sudhanshu1414, this global version will have some significant downgrades from the Chinese variant.
First off, let’s talk about the processor. The Chinese version of the Reno10 Pro featured the Dimensity 8200 chip, but the global variant is rumored to make the switch to the Snapdragon 778G. This change brings a significant will affect the CPU and GPU performance, giving users a slower experience.
While the Chinese version had a 6.74-inch panel with a resolution of 1,240 x 2,772 pixels, the global model will sport a slightly lower resolution 6.7-inch AMOLED display at 1,080 x 2,412 pixels. This is a bit if a bummer considering how huge the global market is. Both displays will still offer a smooth 120Hz refresh rate and boast vibrant colors with their 10-bit panels.
In terms of memory, there will be a slight reduction in RAM capacity, with the global variant offering 12GB of LPDDR4X RAM instead of the 16GB found in the Chinese version. However, there’s an interesting twist—the global Reno10 Pro will have the option to add 12GB of virtual RAM, allowing for enhanced multitasking capabilities. The storage capacity remains fixed at 256GB, providing ample space for all your files and apps. And right out of the box, you can expect the latest Android 13 operating system.
While the camera island may have a different look, the actual camera hardware remains the same. You’ll find a powerful 50MP main camera with a 1/1.56″ sensor and 1.0µm pixels, complete with an f/1.8 lens and optical image stabilization (OIS). Additionally, there’s a 32MP telephoto lens with 2x magnification (IMX709 sensor) and an 8MP ultra-wide camera with a 1/4″ sensor. For those stunning selfies, the Reno10 Pro packs a high-resolution 32MP front-facing camera. However, it’s worth noting that the back of the phone lacks the MariSilicon label found in the Chinese version.
As for the battery, the global Reno10 Pro will maintain the same 4,600mAh capacity, but the SuperVOOC charger will be slightly slower 80W from the previous 100W. Still, it should provide you with fast and efficient charging.
One exciting addition to the global variant is its basic dust and water resistance, boasting an IP54 rating. This means it’s protected against dust and splashes of water, giving users some peace of mind in various environments. It’s a feature that was missing in the Chinese version, so it’s great to see this improvement.
While we don’t have specific pricing details for the global Oppo Reno10 Pro just yet, Oppo has revealed that the Reno10 series will be launching in Europe this July, along with the Oppo Air3 Pro buds and various exciting IoT gadgets. So stay tuned for more updates on availability and pricing.