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OPPO Reno2, Reno2 Z, Reno2 F: What’s different?




OPPO recently launched their latest lineup of premium mid-range smartphones under the Reno family, the Reno2, Reno2 Z, and Reno 2F. These devices have plenty of similarities, so what are the differences between these three? Check out the comparison below.

OPPO Reno2OPPO Reno2 ZOPPO Reno2 F
6.5-inch FHD+ (2400 x 1080) AMOLED on-cell display, 401ppi6.5-inch Full HD+ (2340 x 1080) AMOLED on-cell display, 394ppi6.5-inch Full HD+ (2340 x 1080) AMOLED on-cell display, 394ppi
Corning Gorilla Glass 6 (front), Gorilla Glass 5 (back)Corning Gorilla Glass 5 (front and back)Corning Gorilla Glass 5 (front and back)
Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G 2.4GHz octa-core CPUMediaTek Helio P90 octa-core CPUMediaTek Helio P70 octa-core CPU
Adreno 618 (825MHz) GPUIMG 9XM-HP8 (970MHz) GPUMali-G72 MP3 (900MHz) GPU
8GB RAM8GB RAM8GB RAM
256GB storage128GB, 256GB storage128GB
n/an/amicroSD up to 256GB
48MP IMX586 F1.7 (main) + 8MP F2.4 (ultrawide) + 13MP F2.4 (telephoto, 5x Hybrid Zoom, 20x Digital Zoom) + 2MP F2.4 (Bokeh) quad rear cameras, OIS + EIS, Ultra Dark Mode48MP IMX586 F1.7 (main) + 8MP F2.4 (ultrawide) + 2MP F2.4 (10x zoom) + 2MP F2.4 (Bokeh) quad rear cameras, EIS, Ultra Dark Mode48MP F1.79 (main) + 8MP F2.2 (ultrawide) + 2MP F2.4 (mono) + 2MP F2.4 (bokeh) quad-rear cameras, Ultra Night Mode 2.0
16MP F2.0 shark-fin rising front camera16MP F2.0 center rising front camera16MP F2.0 center rising front camera
Dual-SIM (nano)Dual-SIM (nano)Dual-SIM (nano)
4G LTE4G LTE4G LTE
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/acWiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/acWiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth 5.0Bluetooth 5.0Bluetooth 4.2
GPS, A-GPS, BDS, GLONASS, GALILEOGPS, A-GPS, BDS, GLONASSGPS, A-GPS, BDS, GLONASS
NFCn/an/a
Fingerprint scanner (in-display)Fingerprint scanner (in-display)Fingerprint scanner (in-display)
Face UnlockFace UnlockFace Unlock
3.5mm audio port3.5mm audio port3.5mm audio port
USB Type-CUSB Type-CUSB Type-C
ColorOS 6.1 (Android 9 Pie)ColorOS 6.1 (Android 9 Pie)ColorOS 6.1 (Android 9 Pie)
4,000mAh battery w/ VOOC Flash Charge 3.04,000mAh battery w/ VOOC Flash Charge 3.04,000mAh battery w/ VOOC Flash Charge 3.0
160 x 74.3 x 9.5 mm154.8 x 75.8 x 8.69 mm161.8 x 75.8 x 8.7 mm
189 g195 g195 g
Luminous Black, Ocean Blue, Sunset PinkSky White, Luminous BlackSky White, Lake Green

When it comes to the design, the three devices look similar when viewed from the front since they all have 6.5-inch AMOLED screens without notches. All have Corning Gorilla Glass. However, the Reno2 has the newer Gorilla Glass 6 while the rest of its siblings have Gorilla Glass 5.


OPPO Reno2

From the back, the three still looks the same, having a four-rear camera setup and a glossy strip in the middle with an O-Dot. The Reno2 would stick out though has it has a different pop-up camera design, but all three have 16MP sensors.

The rear camera setup is where it becomes tricky, as there are plenty of differences not just in sensors but it features as well. But to make the long story short, the Reno2 has the most powerful camera setup as it has a 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor, 5X hybrid zoom with 20X digital zoom, OIS + EIS for stable shots and videos, and Ultra Dark Mode.

OPPO Reno2 Z

The Reno2 Z comes second with the same main and ultrawide sensor as the Reno2 but with a downgraded zoom and the absence of OIS. The Reno2 F, on the other hand, drops the Sony sensor but still has a 48MP resolution, no telephoto lens but is replaced with a monochrome sensor, and uses Ultra Night Mode 2.0 instead of the Ultra Dark.

When it comes to other features, the Reno2 has Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, and support for the Galileo sat-nav. The Reno2 Z drops the NFC, and Galileo, while the Reno2 F has Bluetooth 4.2 and doesn’t have NFC and Galileo as well.

OPPO Reno2 F

For their chipsets and storage, the Reno2 uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G with 256GB of storage. The Reno2 Z has a MediaTek Helio P90 with 128GB or 256GB of storage. While the Reno2 F only has 128GB but with support for a microSD card. All of them are powered by a 4,000mAh battery with VOOC 3.0 Flash Charge.

If you’re having a hard time remembering their differences, don’t worry, you’re not alone. But in a nutshell, the Reno2 is the most powerful of the bunch with better cameras. The Reno2 Z comes second with slightly downgraded cameras. The Reno2 F is the least powered of the three but with expandable storage.

So which, Reno2 device do you like the most? Let us know in the comments below.



This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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2 Responses

  1. Jabooty_Subs says:

    How come in GSMArena they state that the Reno 2 has expandable storage and your article states that it does not have expandable storage?

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