OPPO Reno9 Series Launched with 6.7-inch AMOLED Panels


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OPPO has just launched its OPPO Reno9 series of phones – Reno9, Pro, and Pro+- powered by a Snapdragon 778G, Dimensity 8100, and a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC respectively.

OPPO Reno9 Series details

OPPO Reno9

The vanilla Reno9 boasts a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED 120Hz refresh rate display while the Pro model shares the same panel size and thin body design as the variant mentioned earlier and it even has the same 4500mAh battery too.

The Pro+ variant on the other hand has a 6.7-inch panel and it houses a 32MP selfie cam punch hole camera in front but with a curved body. It is also powered by a slightly bigger 4700mAh battery.

OPPO Reno9 Series banner

Here are the quick specs for the Reno9 series:

ComponentReno9 Pro+Reno9 ProReno9
ChipsetSnapdragon 8+ Gen 1Dimensity 8100Snapdragon 778G
Display6.7-inch FHD+ Curved AMOLED 120Hz6.7-inch FHD+ Curved AMOLED 120Hz6.7-inch FHD+ Curved AMOLED 120Hz
Battery4700mAh 80W fast charging4500mAh 67W fast charging4500mAh 67W fast charging
Rear Camera50MP main camera
8MP ultrawide
2MP depth
50MP main camera
8MP ultrawide
64MP main camera
2MP depth sensor
Front Camera32MP32MP32MP
Color/sMint Green, Black, and GoldBlack, Gold, and Pink GradientBlack, Gold, Pink Gradient, and Red
OPPO Reno9 colorways


Reno9 –

  • 8 + 256GB – CNY 2,499 (around PHP 19,800)
  • 12 + 256GB – CNY 2,699 (around PHP 21,300)
  • 12 + 512GB – CNY 2,999 (around PHP 23,800)

Reno9 Pro –

  • 16 + 256GB – CNY 3,499 (around PHP 27,700)
  • 16 + 512GB – CNY 3,799 (around PHP 30,100)

Reno9 Pro+

  • 16 + 256GB – CNY 3,999 (around PHP 31,700)
  • 16 + 512GB – CNY 4,399 (around PHP 34,800)

OPPO is currently taking pre-orders of the OPPO Reno9 series on its website with sales beginning December 2.

*Prices in PHP are direct conversions using the exchange rate at the time the content was published. These are not indicative of actual local pricing and don’t include additional costs like taxes, etc.


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