We just covered a massive leak of the Oppo Reno yesterday, where all of its specs were spilled but there was no word on pricing.
Today, the company has officially announced the device and said it's bringing two variants to the market: the 10x Zoom Edition and the Standard Edition.
There aren't too many differences between the two, but the zoom version is Oppo's high-end flagship this year. It features a 6.6-inch screen which – apart from a tiny chin – takes up almost the complete front of the phone without a notch or punch hole for the 16MP front camera. Instead, the lens is hidden through a crazy side-swing pop-up mechanism that opens a wedge on top of the phone, with the camera at its tallest end. This might be more durable than other manufacturers' pop-out constructions, but that remains to be seen in tests.
Read the full article at: Android Police
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