Global Reno10 Pro Might be Very Different from China Version

Global Reno10 Pro Might be Very Different from China Version

While the Reno10 series that was announced in China appear to be very promising as far as features are concerned, it seems that OPPO will launch a different Reno10 Pro for global markets that include Europe and India.

According to what Sudhansu Ambhore shared in a tweet, the global Reno10 Pro will look different from the Chinese version, which means there is both good and bad news about it. The good news is that the rear camera setup appears to be similar to the Chinese version, where you get a 50-megapixel main camera (presumably an IMX766 sensor) with OIS, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide, and a 32-megapixel (presumably an IMX709 sensor) telephoto camera with 2x zoom. The selfie camera appears to be the same at 32 megapixels. The battery appears to be the same at 4600mAh with lower charging speeds at 80w–but the global version does mention having an IP54 rating.

As for the bad news, the global version will settle for a Snapdragon 778G processor that’s paired with 12GB LPDDR4X RAM and 256GB storage. Considering that the Reno8 Pro came with a better Dimensity 8100 processor, LPDDR5 RAM, UFS 3.1 storage, and a MariSilicon NPU inside (the markings on the global version signify the omission of OPPO’s in-house chip), the internals of the global Reno10 Pro is a big downgrade–and it appears that the trade-off is retaining the telephoto camera and “upgrading” to a 6.7-inch 120hz curved AMOLED display.

Sudhansu has a good track record when it comes to leaks, so details about this global version of the OPPO Reno10 Pro might turn out to be true–and this might be the one that will arrive in the Philippines soon.

Despite those changes, does the global version of the Reno10 Pro offer good value?

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