OPPO Reno12 Pro Makes its Debut With Dual 50MP Cameras, IP65, and Gorilla Glass

With its move to a “quad-curved” display type, the 6.7-inch HDR+ display, a fixture of the Reno 12-series, may achieve a better bezel-reducing note. In contrast to some of its predecessors, it maintains more consistent borders and features a 50MP selfie camera peeking through the centre punch-hole.

Incredibly, for these mid-rangers, this new 120Hz AMOLED panel comes with Gorilla Glass (though OPPO is a little shady about how fresh it is). However, the new Reno display has a maximum brightness rating of 1,200 nits and is likewise FHD+.

At least the vanilla 12 and the 12 Pro have it installed, though the upgraded Dimensity 8250 powers the former. Conversely, it has been disclosed that the latter is powered by the discontinued flagship 9200+.

Every model in the Reno12 series features a 50MP primary camera; however, as previously mentioned, only the Pro model has the Sony IMX890, which was formerly part of OPPO’s top-tier Find X range; the vanilla model just has the LYT600. Nonetheless, the 50MP telephoto and 8MP wide-angle lenses on all handsets are identical.

Additionally, they upgraded to a new flat-edged chassis for the Reno12, which is as thin as 7.25 mm and appears frail but is strengthened with official IP65 splash protection. These new smartphones still accommodate 5,000mAh batteries, however the maximum wired charging speed is still 80W.

As the first ‘AI Phones’ in their lineup, the new Reno phones also have live transcription and help, in addition to their own renditions of Best Take and Magic Eraser.

In addition, the Reno12 and 12 Pro include up to 16GB of RAM, Bluetooth 5.4, and infrared (IR) blasters. However, the price of the former is only 3,199 yuan (about $442) while the latter is only 3,699 yuan (about $552).