As you remember, a few weeks ago, I told you about the Oppo Reno 4 Pro. Stylish, thin, light, with a good balance of autonomy and charging speed, but at the same time, it seemed to be a little expensive. Today we are looking at its more affordable version with the Lite prefix.
Oppo Reno 4 Lite Review
I want to say right away that smartphones are not alike. It is immediately clear that the chassis was not taken the same. In ORRO Reno Lite, the main module with cameras looks different, but there are two front cameras.
Also, the glass here is flat, without rounding. I never liked strongly curved edges on screens, but the screen looked clearly more expensive on the Pro version. However, the glass itself is 2.5d.
The bezels around the screen are also different from those of the big brother Oppo Reno 4 Pro. The lower one is twice as large as all the others. Accordingly, in percentage terms, the pro version has a display occupying 88% of the front panel, while here 84. This is not bad. It’s just signs of a more budget solution.