After making its debut in China last May, OPPO makes the Reno10 series available to global markets starting in Malaysia. While the global Reno10 Pro+ is identical to the China version, the global versions of the Reno10 and Reno10 Pro are different.
The global Reno10 Pro is confirmed to be the one we spotted a few weeks back, where you get a Snapdragon 778G processor that’s paired with 12GB LPDDR4X RAM and 256GB storage–that’s a downgrade considering the China version came with a Dimensity 8200, along with a Marisilicon NPU. Charging speeds on the global Reno10 Pro is also lower at 80w, but you do get an IP54 rating. Save for those differences, everything else is the same between the China version and the global version of the Reno10 Pro.
As for the global version of the Reno10, the key differences from the China version include the use of a Dimensity 7050 processor and a bigger 5000mAh battery that supports 67w charging. Otherwise, the global version of the Reno10 has the same features found in the China version.
In Malaysia, the global version of the OPPO Reno10, Reno10 Pro, and Reno10 Pro+ are priced at RM 1,799(~Php 22k), RM 2,199(~Php 27k) and RM 3,499(~Php 42k) respectively. There’s no word yet when the global Reno10 series will be available in other markets including the Philippines.