Although OPPO has firmly established roots in the European market, there are still many models that the company will have to import on these borders, including the Reno 4 Pro model. But unfortunately surprises will not be missing and could be pleasant for fans of the Asian brand, as the Global variant may be different in some respects from the Chinese counterpart, something that has happened in spite of us even with the previous generation, aka Reno 3 Pro.
At the moment nothing official, but there are several leaks that suggest this positive divergence between the Chinese variant and the Global ones of OPPO Reno 4 Pro, which should arrive in a different guise in terms of the display. From what we have been able to understand, the leakers suggest that the display of OPPO Reno 4 Pro in Global version will keep the 3D curvature like the Chinese twin, but they could change size and update frequency, the latter could in fact extend up to 120 Hz than the 90 Hz of the Chinese version.
OPPO Reno 4 Pro: the Global version is coming but it will differ from the Chinese one
Here's something exclusive for you. I can confirm that Oppo is indeed bringing a premium device to India, which will likely be the Oppo Reno 4 Pro. For india, it'll be different, 3D curved display will stay, refresh rate and size will change.
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Definitely a nice bang for western users who would find an even more interesting device in their hands than their Chinese counterpart, but all that glitters is not gold. In fact, the same leakers who are fueling the hopes of enjoying a 120 Hz display, also want to underline how the company could increase the price much compared to the Chinese model, also considering that according to market surveys the European market seems more inclined to spend money on smartphones.
In short, are we a people of spendthrifts who don't care about the value of money? We will see, hoping that from this point of view the leakers are wrong, also because 90 Hz are not so bad don't you think? Have your say in the comments box below.