Chinese smartphone maker OPPO on Friday launched the Reno2 series in the local market, aiming to wow Cambodians with exceptional camera features.Nearly 1,000 people gathered in Phnom Penh’s Garden City Hotel to witness the launch.
Reno2 is priced at $599 while Reno2 F starts from $369 in the local market. Both models can be pre-ordered until Oct 24. Speaking at the launch on Friday, OPPO representatives said the Reno2 series will captivate users with even more creative possibilities, empowering them to discover new perspectives.
The Reno2 boasts a premium design, a quad-camera array comprised of a standard, ultra-wide angle, telephoto, and monochrome shooters. It also has a stabilisation feature called ‘ultra steady mode,’ designed to guarantee stable and smooth videos even in the shakiest situations, according to company representatives.
The phone also features 5x hybrid digital-optical zoom and 20x digital zoom.