Oppo Reno launches in China tomorrow, is expected to cost €500 in Europe
The Oppo Reno will go on sale in China tomorrow. The 6/128GB version is still listed as unavailable on the official site (it’s supposed to cost CNY 3,000), right now you can only pre-order the 6/256GB and 8/256GB versions (CNY 3,300 and CNY3,600, respectively). We’ll see if that changes tomorrow.
The official launch date and price for Europe are still kept under wraps, but rumor has it that the phone will be unveiled in Zurich on April 24 and it will cost €500 (presumably, this is for the base version).
The Oppo Reno 10x zoom will also go global, but Oppo hasn't shared details about that yet. It’s expected in China in mid-May at a price of CNY 5,000, which suggests a euro price north of €800.
Expect official details about the global launch of both phones at the Zurich event. It’s possible we’ll see the 5G version of the Reno as well.