OPPO has updated its midrange Reno series with the launch of the Reno9 lineup that succeeds the Reno8 from this year. The OPPO Reno9 ditches the more superior MediaTek chipset for a Snapdragon processor. We’ve used the Reno8 for a good amount of time and we vouch for its performance but it’ll be interesting to see how the Snapdragon will hold up.
A nice upgrade is on the display where we finally get a 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ support. OPPO Reno9 ships with Android 13 and ColorOS 13 straight out of the box. It also comes with 256GB of onboard storage and upto 12GB of RAM.
OPPO keeps the usual 32MP selfie camera plus opts for a dual main camera setup which includes a 64MP main and 2MP depth.
Despite having the same 4500mAh battery, charging is dropped to 67W from 80W.
Here are some other specifications:
|Screen||- 6.7″ OLED FHD+(1080 x 2412 pixels)
- 120Hz refresh rate.
- Asahi Glass AGC DT-Star2
|Chip||Snapdragon 778G 5G (6 nm)
Adreno 642 GPU
|Memory||8+128 GB(UFS 2.2)
|Main camera||64MP main
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|Selfie||32 MP left punch-hole camera
|5G support||Yes | Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)|
|OS||Android 13, ColorOS 13|