Oppo Reno 2Z live images leak teasing its full-screen display with quad-camera

Aadil Raval
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OPPO, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer and sister company to OnePlus, is gearing up for its August 29th event where it will showcase Oppo Reno 2 and Reno 2F. Well, there’s a third smartphone that will make it to the event as well. Called as Oppo Reno 2Z, folks at 91mobiles recently got their hands on live images of the upcoming Oppo Reno 2Z in its glory featuring the front, back, top, and bottom sides of the device which answers quite a few questions of eager customers.

According to the live images available now, Oppo Reno 2Z will feature a notch-less, punch-hole-less front display with tiny bezels around three edges while the chin is comparatively thicker and approximately twice the size of other bezels. Since there’s no notch or punch-hole, the screen real estate is higher and will provide users with impeccable viewing experience without any obstructions.

Oppo Reno 2Z live images leak teasing its full-screen display with quad-camera
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Back the phone and you’ll see a stunning quad-camera setup arranged right in the top-center along with Oppo branding carved in the latter half of the device in-line with the camera module. The top angle photo shows a perfectly aligned to the center pop-up camera module and since Oppo Reno 2Z doesn’t have a more attractive shark fin pop-up module introduced by Oppo Reno, this phone will get a simple pop-up module. Furthermore, the bottom shows a Type-C USB port along with 3.5mm headphone jack and a speaker grille flanked to it that sums up pretty much everything you would need in a smartphone as of now.

Although we are still waiting for official specifications, previous reports pretty much have everything that seems appropriate for the upcoming Reno 2Z. First up, it will sport a 6.53-inch AMOLED FHD+ display with Gorilla Glass 5 and an in-display fingerprint sensor for authentication. The device runs on the latest Android Pie 9 based ColorOS 6.0.1 from Oppo that comes loaded with more features and enhanced UI compared to the stock Android.

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Oppo Reno 2Z live images leak teasing its full-screen display with quad-camera
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Proceeding further, the device is likely to get MediaTek Helio P90 octa-core processor with 8GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage to go with it although it will likely have other trims as well. About the camera department, the front has a 16MP sensor while the back is packed with a 48MP primary wide-angle shooter, 8MP ultra-wide angle shooter with a 119° FOV clubbed with two 2MP sensors that will allow bokeh effects with depth effect.

The device is backed with a wholesome 4,000 mAh battery backed with Oppo’s VOOC 3.0 fast charging support and will carry a price tag of Rs 25,000 according to the sources. Oppo will announce the trio at it’s August 29 event that will be headlined Oppo Reno 2 and will showcase the trio i.e. Reno 2, Reno 2Z, and Reno 2F.

 

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OPPO, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer and sister company to OnePlus, is gearing up for its August 29th event where it will showcase Oppo Reno 2 and Reno 2F. Well, there’s a third smartphone that will make it to the event as well. Called as Oppo Reno 2Z, folks at 91mobiles recently got their hands on live images of the upcoming Oppo Reno 2Z in its glory featuring the front, back, top, and bottom sides of the device which answers quite a few questions of eager customers.

According to the live images available now, Oppo Reno 2Z will feature a notch-less, punch-hole-less front display with tiny bezels around three edges while the chin is comparatively thicker and approximately twice the size of other bezels. Since there’s no notch or punch-hole, the screen real estate is higher and will provide users with impeccable viewing experience without any obstructions.

Oppo Reno 2Z live images leak teasing its full-screen display with quad-camera
Via 91mobiles

Back the phone and you’ll see a stunning quad-camera setup arranged right in the top-center along with Oppo branding carved in the latter half of the device in-line with the camera module. The top angle photo shows a perfectly aligned to the center pop-up camera module and since Oppo Reno 2Z doesn’t have a more attractive shark fin pop-up module introduced by Oppo Reno, this phone will get a simple pop-up module. Furthermore, the bottom shows a Type-C USB port along with 3.5mm headphone jack and a speaker grille flanked to it that sums up pretty much everything you would need in a smartphone as of now.

Although we are still waiting for official specifications, previous reports pretty much have everything that seems appropriate for the upcoming Reno 2Z. First up, it will sport a 6.53-inch AMOLED FHD+ display with Gorilla Glass 5 and an in-display fingerprint sensor for authentication. The device runs on the latest Android Pie 9 based ColorOS 6.0.1 from Oppo that comes loaded with more features and enhanced UI compared to the stock Android.

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Oppo Reno 2Z live images leak teasing its full-screen display with quad-camera
Via 91mobiles

Proceeding further, the device is likely to get MediaTek Helio P90 octa-core processor with 8GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage to go with it although it will likely have other trims as well. About the camera department, the front has a 16MP sensor while the back is packed with a 48MP primary wide-angle shooter, 8MP ultra-wide angle shooter with a 119° FOV clubbed with two 2MP sensors that will allow bokeh effects with depth effect.

The device is backed with a wholesome 4,000 mAh battery backed with Oppo’s VOOC 3.0 fast charging support and will carry a price tag of Rs 25,000 according to the sources. Oppo will announce the trio at it’s August 29 event that will be headlined Oppo Reno 2 and will showcase the trio i.e. Reno 2, Reno 2Z, and Reno 2F.

 

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