Oppo the fthe Reno6 5G since the two phones have different designs and specs sheets.
While the Reno6 5G comes with a flat design, its 4G counterpart has some curvature. However, like the 5G model, the Reno6 4G’s rear panel is also made with the Reno Glow design process. The Reno6 4G is also thicker at 7.8mm, but lighter at 173 grams.
The Dimensity 900 SoC on the Reno6 5G is replaced with a Snapdragon 720G chip on the Reno6 4G, and the latter runs Android 11-based ColorOS 11.1 out of the box instead of ColorOS 11.3.
The battery on the Reno6 4G is larger by 10mAh, but the charging speed is down from 65W to 50W. We also have some differences in the camera department. The 64MP primary, 8MP ultrawide, and 2MP macro units on the rear are now joined by a 2MP monochrome camera, and the selfie shooter inside the punch hole is upgraded from 32MP to 44MP.
What remains exactly the same is the screen. The Reno6 4G packs a 6.4″ 90Hz FullHD+ AMOLED display with a fingerprint scanner underneath for password-less unlocking.
The rest of the Reno6 4G’s highlights include 8GB RAM, 128GB storage, 3.5mm headphone jack, and NFC.
The Oppo Reno6 4G is offered in Aurora and Stellar Black colors and is already available for purchase in Indonesia for IDR5,199,000 ($360/€305) through the company’s Indonesian website and a few online retailers, including JD.com, Lazada, and Shopee.