Chinese tech company OPPO has announced the launch of its Reno3 Series of smartphones in the Middle East, featuring a 64MP camera and facial recognition for biometric security.
“We are extremely excited to bring Reno3 Series to the Middle East market,” said OPPO President, Middle East and Africa Ethan Xue. “Many cutting-edge imaging technologies and design techniques are perfectly fitted into the Reno3 series, making it a highly competitive and trendy photography smartphone,” he added.
The Reno3 Pro comes equipped with a 64MP Zoom Camera with 20x Digital Zoom, along with a 44MP Dual Front Camera, Ultra Steady Video 2.0, and an Ultra Night Selfie Mode.
It is powered by MediaTek’s Helio P95 processor, comes with 8GB of RAM and runs on Oppo’s latest ColorOS7 operating system based on Android 10. For biometric security, the Reno3 has facial recognition capabilities using the aforementioned 44MP dual front-facing camera setup. It also features an in-display fingerprint sensor, care of Goodix.
“The OPPO Reno 3 Pro is powered by MediaTek’s Helio P95, our newest Helio chipset with our most powerful AI processing engine for 4G smartphones,” said Dr Yenchi Lee, Assistant General Manager of MediaTek’s wireless business unit. “It delivers unique photography experiences with an array of AI-camera features including enhanced portrait photography, fast, secure facial recognition and full-body movement tracking,” he added.
The OPPO Reno3 Pro comes in 128GB and 256GB configurations, and will be available in the United Arab Emirates starting on March 26th.