OPPO Reno10 to Launch in Kenya Next Month

OPPO Reno8 T 5G 6.7 inch Slighty Curved AMOLED screen

OPPO is planning to bring the Reno 10 to the Kenyan market sometime next month. The Reno10 is the company’s midrange offering.

OPPO Reno10 succeeds the OPPO Reno8 which was launched late last year.

OPPO Reno 10 will come with a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen featuring curved edges like the OPPO Reno8 T 5G which launched early this year.

It will also feature a 120Hz refresh rate.

Powering the phone will be Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 778G with RAM starting at 8GB with an additional 5GB of virtual RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage.

For optics, we get a 64MP primary with a 32MP telephoto(2x Zoom) and an 8MP ultrawide camera. It will support 4K video recording.

For selfies, we get a 32MP front-facing camera. Video recording is capped at 1080p.

OPPO Reno10 will be powered by a 4600mAh battery and support 80W fast Type-C charging which will charge up the phone to 50% in under 12 minutes.

It will ship with Android 13 and ColorOS 13.1.

For colors, we expect Black, Blue, and Gold.

Pricing is expected to be around the sub-60K range but we’ll wait for the official details.

OPPO recently launched the N2 Flip for the Kenyan market with starting price of Ksh 129,999 at select OPPO retail stores. The company said they’ll offer financing and trade-in programs as options to purchase their clamshell flip smartphone.

OPPO Find N2 Flip

N2 Flip comes with a 6.8-inch inner display and a 3.26-inch cover display. The inner display is an LTPO AMOLED panel with 120 Hz refresh rate, HDR10+ support and brightness peaking at 1600 nits. The cover display is AMOLED too with Corning Gorilla Glass 5. 

The foldable feature a Flexion Hinge that can flex either a 110-degree angle or a 45-degree angle to take flexform selfies.

OPPO Find N2 Flip

It comes with MediaTek’s Dimensity 9000+ 5G chipset paired with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.1 onboard storage

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