The OPPO Reno12 series, the company’s newest mid-range lineup, was formally presented in China. The only distinction between the two models—the vanilla and Pro variants—is the processor that powers each phone. Other than that, they are nearly similar.

The two gadgets include a 6.7-inch quad-curved AMOLED display with an IP65 rating for dust and water resistance, a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a peak brightness of 1,200 nits, and an unidentified type of Corning Gorilla Glass for protection. The Pro model has a Dimensity 9200 Plus chip, whereas the Reno12 uses an internal MediaTek Dimensity 8250 processor.

The base model has a lower primary sensor than the Pro models, but they still have a 50MP main camera with OIS, a 50MP telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a 50MP selfie shooter with autofocus. A 5,000mAh battery that supports 80W wired fast charging but does not support wireless charging powers the mid-rangers.

Starting at CNY2,700 (~RM1,756), the Reno12 is more affordable than the Pro, which retails for CNY3,400 (~RM2,211).

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