Oppo, the leading global phone manufacturer, who aspires to be the brand for the young and the young at heart, recently just launched a new product called the Oppo Reno 2 Series.
This product comes in the Oppo Reno 2 and Oppo Reno2 F.
According to the manufacturers of Oppo, The Reno 2 Series supports “unlimited creativity through comprehensive functions to make a difference in a click” They further identified the Oppo Reno2 Series as a redefined version of the original Oppo Reno series and added that this new Reno2 series has an upgraded user experience.
Joseph Adeola, Public Relations Manager of OPPO Nigeria said: “inheriting the already rich creative spirit of the Reno Series, this latest iteration presents our users with even more creative possibilities, empowering them to discover new perspectives.”
Oppo has also launched Campaign #Challenegeyourperspective. This is further reinforcing that the Oppo Reno 2 Series Camera gives you a new perspective behind every click.
The Reno2 Series Quad-camera allows users to photograph a faraway object and The Ultra Dark Mode has an AI feature that when you are in the night mode, the Ultra Dark Mode is turned on automatically, that is when the scene has brightness below 5lux. It works best when the brightness is between 0.3lux – 1lux.
Features of the Oppo Reno2 Series :
|FEATURES||OPPO RENO2||OPPO RENO2 F|
|Front Camera||16MP, A.I, Beauty Technology||16MP, A.I, Beauty Technology|
|Rear Camera||48MP Quad Rear Camera||48MP + 8MP +2MP +2MP Quad Camera|
|Battery||4000mAh – Long-Lasting battery||4000mAh – Long-lasting battery|
|Screen||6.5” Sunlight Amoled Screen||6.5” Panoramic Screen|
|Display||2400 x 1080||2340 x 1080|
|Memory||8GB + 256GB||8GB RAM +128GB ROM|
|Colour||2 -Ocean Blue and Luminous Black||2 – Sky White and Lake Green|
|OperatingSystem||ColorOS 6.1, based on Android 9||ColorOS 6.1, based on Android 9|
The Oppo Reno2 Series can be purchased on Jumia Nigeria
In concluding, the major disadvantage of the Reno2 series is the price.
The manufacturers believe they have strongly observed the Nigerian market as well as taken into consideration what the needs of Nigerians are.
But have they really done that? The Reno2 series is pricey and appears expensive. Most Nigerians will rather buy a Samsung or an iPhone for that price, than a new brand Oppo.
What are your thoughts on the Oppo Reno2 Series?
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