If the Oppo Reno8 is the same as its Chinese namesake, we expect a Dimensity 1300 chipset, 6.43” FullHD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate, and a 4,500 mAh battery with 80W fast charging. The Reno8 Pro will arrive with a 5nm Dimensity 8100-Max chipset and a 6.7″ display if the rumors are correct that this is the Chinese Reno8 Pro+ renamed for international audiences. The Pro stands out with its Marisilicon X NPU. It was introduced with the flagship Find X5 series and is an imaging chip with its own ISP that can calculate 18 trillion operations per second. This would allow for 4K Ultra Night Video on the Reno8 Pro, provided Oppo enables it in the first place.
With the introduction of the standard Reno8 and Reno8 Pro smartphones, Oppo has begun the global rollout of its Reno8 series. The Oppo Pad Air tablet and a fresh set of TWS earbuds are among items we anticipate seeing. It is planned for the stream to start at 6 PM IST, or 12:30 PM UTC. To enable you to follow it all in real time, we’ve embedded it below. Oppo India is also live-streaming it on its Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram profiles if your browser has prohibited the video platform.
We will follow the event closely and once it is over, we will bring you detailed coverage of all the new products so stick around. Smartphones are a necessity for daily life, and you must have noticed that every phone has a little hole somewhere around the flash and camera lens. But have you ever questioned what it is for or why it is there? So let’s get to the bottom of it right away. The tiny hole is neither a button, nor does it have anything to do with your camera or flash. The rear microphone is a tiny microphone. Along with improving the sound, it also functions as a miniature noise-cancelling microphone.