OPPO all set to Redefine Visual Experience with the upcoming Reno4 Pro with its 3D Borderless Sense Screen | Launching on 31st July, the smartphone is designed to elevate consumer’s viewing experience

OPPO is set to unveil its power-packed smartphone Reno4 Pro on 31st July, 2020 and aims to revolutionize the overall visual experience with its latest 3D Borderless Sense Screen and 90Hz refresh rate.

Featuring a 6.5 inch screen with 55.9” curvature and 92.01% screen-to-body ratio, the Reno4 Pro will be a visual delight for its consumers. The Reno4 Pro’s magnificent 3D borderless sense screen not only looks and feels pleasing but, exudes a trendy vibe. Elevating the overall experience of the Reno4 Pro, the 3D Borderless Sense Screen not only helps offer a super-sleek design that consumers want in a smartphone. It additionally, helps achieve a bezel-minimizing effect on the sides of the phone which further enhances the overall viewing experience.

The device comes with 90Hz display refresh rate and up to 180Hz touch sample rate that offers a seamless visual experience and a delightful multi-tasking experience. It enables users to truly sense smoother movements and animations while scrolling through social networks sites.

The Reno Series continues OPPO’s mission of delivering innovation by listening to and walking a mile in the customer’s shoes. Pushing the envelope and the legacy of the Reno Series in India, the Reno4 Pro is the first amongst the series to come packed with a 3D Borderless Sense Screen and 90Hz refresh rate. It combines the excitement and utility offered by OPPO’s innovative technology together with the personality and style reflected by the trend-setting design.

Launching on 31st July, 2020, the brand is sure to push the boundaries of industrial design and OPPO Reno4 Pro will strike a perfect balance between functionality and excellent aesthetics.

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