Oppo Reno 4 Pro Global Variant Will Be Different Than The Chinese Variant – Post Daily

A week ago, I posted about the certifications of the Oppo Reno 4 Pro. The Oppo Reno 4 Pro has passed BIS and IMDA certifications. The certifications hinted at the start of India and Singapore. This will be the first time that the Reno 4 series smartphone will be released worldwide. Now, some popular tech celebrities have the rating units and hinted at something I was most afraid of.

For recall, the Reno 3 series was released with different processors in the global market. The Reno 3 Pro does not have a 5G chipset in the global market, while the Chinese version had it. We stayed with the Helio P95, which was disappointing. This time, we will have the same thing that happened with the Reno 3 series. Thanks to my personal two favorite tech celebrities, Linus Technical Tips and Contentswe can confirm that the specifications are going to change in the global variant of the Reno 4 Pro.

According to the tweet, we can confirm that the Reno 4 Pro will retain the curved 3D screen. However, the refresh rate and size will change. Recall, the Reno 4 Pro has a refresh rate of 90Hz. I do not think there will be a reduction in the refresh rate, however, it could be increased to 120 Hz. Now, arriving at Canadian YouTuber, LinusTechTips has also picked up the device. Touch the top of the screen showing the 3D design curve on the screen. The image released also shows that the world-class Reno 4 Pro will feature a single-sensor slot, as will the Chinese version.

YouTuber also disputed “Do you think that 3D curved screens give smartphones a premium feel?“And there are many negative answers. In my opinion, although 3D curved screens look premium, the functionality is not so good. And do not forget the durability of curved screens. Anyway, the tempting device looks beautiful, but let’s talk about possible changes in terms of device hardware.

The Oppo Reno 4 Pro Global Variant will be different from the Chinese

Mostly, chipsets are changing in global variants. And “changed” me I meant “degraded”. Well, it is to save costs, which is quite clear, because selling phones in the homeland is cheaper than exporting devices to other countries. For the Reno 4 Pro, we can also expect a different chipset. Remember, the Reno 4 Pro is powered by the Snapdragon 765G in China. Which chipset do you think will appear in the global markets? Let me know your guesses in the comments section below!


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