OPPO released a new generation of OPPO Reno 5 series models on December 10 last year, including Reno5 and Reno5 Pro two new models. All variants come with an OPPO 65W super flash charging technology. The price starts at 2699 yuan ($417). The Reno 5 Pro+ was also launched later. On Thursday, OPPO announced the OPPO Reno5 K 5G smartphone. It seems that it has only replaced the chip and color on the Reno5. It still uses the same 64MP water-light portrait quad-camera and 65W super flash charge. We have no information about the price. It will be announced when it goes on sale on March 5, and it is expected that the official release will be the day before.

OPPO Reno 5 K

The OPPO Reno 5 K offers three colors of light green, white, and black, as well as a gift box version. It includes an OPPO wireless headset and an OPPO smart bracelet. The phone also supports FDF full-dimensional portrait video technology system, owns the Glow2.0 star diamond craft, etc.

The machine has a front 32MP camera and a rear 64MP water light portrait quad-camera (64MP main camera + 8MP ultra wide-angle + 2MP retro portrait + 2MP macro lenses composition). The latter supports Soloop instant recording and video super image stabilization 3.0.

The machine comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chip (integrated Adreno 619 GPU), a 6.43-inch 90Hz refresh rate OLED screen, a 4300mAh battery, which supports 65W flash charging, and is about 7.9mm thick and weighs about 172/180 grams. At last, it runs ColorOS 11. Other aspects do not seem to have changed much.

OPPO Reno 5 K

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