OPPO launches its latest handset in its Reno5 lineup, the Reno5 K 5G handset with a total of five cameras and it is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 750G processor. It runs on Android 11-based with the company’s ColorOS 11.1 skin on top.
The OPPO Reno5 K 5G arrives with a 6.43″ FullHD+ Super AMOLED screen display with 1080pixels resolution, which refreshes at a 90Hz rate. The Reno5 K 5G will be available in three color options.
Inside the front hole-punch display is a 32-megapixels selfie shooter with better selfie features that take bright and clearer shots. Around the back is the QUAD-camera set up, there is the primary 64-megapixels camera sensor.
The remaining three cameras sensors are the 8-megapixels ultrawide lens, 2-megapixels macro sensor, and 2-megapixels depth units. With 5G modem supports, the new handset comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor scanner.
It is powered by Snapdragon 750G SoC and comes in two memory configurations, there is 8GB of RAM / 128GB of internal storage, and top-end 12GB of RAM / 256GB of onboard storage.
Unfortunately, the new handset doesn’t have a microSD card slot support, and if you ever need a bigger or larger version to store more photos, music videos, or files, then the 256GB variant will be suitable.
There is support for a 3.5mm headphone jack, it is identical to the Reno5 5G but offering a different chipset. The device is fueled by a 4300mAh battery with 65W charging support, and it draws power from the USB-C port. Pricing and availability were not revealed.