Oppo Reno 8T told the price before the announcement on February 8
Oppo Reno 8T told the price before the announcement on February 8. Yesterday, we finally found out when Oppo will unveil the Reno8 T, which will be on February 8, at least for the Philippines. The Reno8 T has been the subject of several leaks over the last few weeks, and yesterday we finally found out when the announcement will take place.
Now, also coming from the Philippines, we have the pricing of the following item to speak about. This information has been provided through a Facebook ad for a brick-and-mortar physical shop in Quezon City, so it is appropriate that we discuss it.
The advertising claims that the phone price will be PHP 18,999, which converts to around $348 and €320, respectively, at the current exchange rate. The item also displays many Reno8 T boxes ready to be sold to clients.
Oppo Reno 8T told the price before the announcement on February 8.
We assume this is the 4G-only variant since the packaging does not prominently include any 5G branding. For that sort of money, you would receive 8 gigabytes of random access memory (RAM) and 256 gigabytes of storage.
However, it would appear that a version with 128 gigabytes is also in the pipeline. The ad also mentions that the device has a 40x zoom “Microlens” camera and a 100 MP “Portrait Camera,” whatever those terms are intended to imply.
The item further mentions that the handset has a 6.43-inch AMOLED touchscreen. The battery should handle 33W of rapid cable charging and have a capacity of 5,000 mAh. There will be a choice between black and orange, with the latter having an appearance similar to that of imitation leather.
Oppo Reno 8T price leaked before the announcement
According to rumours, the Reno8 T runs ColorOS 13, built on Android 13. If you pre-order one in the Philippines, you will be rewarded with a complimentary set of Oppo’s Enco Buds2 TWS headphones.
The 4G-only Reno8 T will reportedly be powered by MediaTek’s Helio G99 SoC, while the 5G iteration is expected to have Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 695. This information is based on previous leaks, speculations, and conjecture.