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Oppo Reno Z 128GB $356.11 (Black/Purple) Delivered @ Allphones eBay

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PBOLT15

Black is put of stock as of the 18/4

[AU STOCK] - BLACK / PURPLE
Previous cheapest was $349 and a decent deal considering the current circumstances. Comes with 24 month warranty.

Dimensions/Weight

  • Height: 157.3mm
  • Width: 74.9mm
  • Thickness: 9.1mm
  • Weight: 186g

Basic Parameters

  • Color: Aurora Purple, Jet Black
  • Operating System: ColorOS 6, based on Android 9
  • Processor: MTK Helio P90
  • GPU: 9XM-HP8
  • Battery: 4035 mAh (TYP)
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Storage: 128GB
  • VOOC Flash Charge: VOOC Flash Charge 3.0

Display

  • Size: 6.4" inch
  • Touchscreen: Multi-touch, Capacitive Screen
  • Resolution: 2340 by 1080 pixels at 402 ppi
  • Colors: 16 million colors
  • Screen Ratio: 92%
  • Type: AMOLED on-cell

Camera

  • Rear Sensor: 48MP & 5MP
  • Front Sensor: 32MP
  • Flash: LED Flash
  • Aperture: Rear: f/1.7 + f/2.4
    Front: f/2.0
  • Features: AI Low-light Shot, Ultra Night Mode 2.0, Backlit Selfie
  • Camera Mode: Photo, Portrait, Video, Night, Pano, Expert, Time-lapse, and Slo-mo
  • Video: 4K video shooting, 30fps
    1080p HD video shooting, 30fps/60fps
    720p HD video shooting, 30fps/60fps,
    EIS for video shooting (only support 1080p & 720p)
  • Slo-mo video [email protected], [email protected],
    Time lapse video shooting

Frequencies:

  • FDD-LTE: Bands 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/18/19/20/26/28
  • TD-LTE: Bands 38/39/40/41
  • WCDMA: Bands 1/2/4/5/6/8/19
  • GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
  • SIM Card Type: Dual Nano-SIM Cards

Connectivity

  • GPS: Supported
  • Bluetooth: 5.0
  • WLAN Function: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
  • OTG: Support
  • NFC: Supported

Sensors

  • Geomagnetic Sensor
  • Light Sensor
  • Proximity Sensor
  • Accelerometer
  • Gyro Sensor

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closed Comments

  • +16 votes

    Bought this phone from the JB hi-fi deal not long ago.

    Anazing battery, great display, very quick, NFC for bank cards works great, I have no issues with finding settings, feels better than the moto G I upgraded from.

    Great phone so far. Would recommend.

    • +9 votes

      +1 absolutely recommend this phone. Got it since August last year and it's still quick. Great value for the features you get.

      • +1 vote

        Glad to hear, purchased one today for my brother. It kind of reminds me of my partner's Xiaomi Mi 9 lite

    • +1 vote

      +2 Amazing handset for the price. Battery is very decent (I charge each night and normally have 50%+ left), agreed quick and NFC is also great. No issues what so every 2 months on and would happily buy another. I really like the camera and find it better than the Xiaomi 9T, which was my old handset

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      I am new to using NFC for payment. Can I use this to pay at woolies or coles after setting it up? If yes how to pay? Just put the phone near the CC machine and thats it? Thanks.

      • +2 votes

        Yes, NFC effectively makes your phone act like your pay-pass enabled card. So, just tap the back of your phone onto the eftpos terminal and that's it!

        • +1 vote

          Great! I just set it up on G Pay. Time to try it next time I go shopping. Thanks.

          • +2 votes

            @vinayAU: Unfortunately not all banks support Google/Apple pay. Citibank makes you use their own application - which is really buggy and only works about 2/3 of the time. The whole point of it is that you don't need to carry your car, if you have to carry your card to use a third of the times then it's not worth the trouble.

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      How's the camera?

      • +3 votes

        It's bad

        Worse than Google Pixel 1 and Xiaomi Mi A1

        As people say, the photos are washed out too, so even aside from the lack of detail it just doesn't look good

  • +1 vote

    this or LG v40? any deals for a LG v40 thats less than $496 @DannyBoy ?

  • +5 votes

    Just bought last week for wife. Used the optus deal to pricematch at OW. ended up paying 342, so you can still have it for same price.

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    How is the camera on this?

    • +1 vote

      Had this for 2 months and sold at FB marketplace. Bought at 399 from JB. Camera sucked but considering its price may be say average??!! Daylight camera was many times washed out for my taste and night time camera is average. But had to mention that camera snap was quick. Overall performance was excellent with 8gigs of Ram and Good processor from Mediatek. Hope this helps mate.

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        Thanks heaps mate. Was hoping this might be as good as a 9t with gcam but apparently not :( appreciate your quick response.

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          I tried to find GCAM for Reno Z at XDA but there was version only for Reno 10X. I tried to install this Reno 10x's version on Z but GCAM failed to load. If you are solely looking this phone for camera then you might be disappointed. But if you are looking for excellent sub 400 dollar phone then this is one of the most versatile phone. I got S10 from work so I did not need additional phone. Overall I can say that Battery great, screen great but no support for Netflix HD because of widevine L3 (weird that DRM app tells L1), low heat, Quick charge etc.

        • +1 vote

          It's pretty good. I use Open Camera, which is very similar to G-Cam, & I'm pretty impressed with the quality so far. My previous phone was a Motorola G5+.

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            @LustStarrr: Thanks for the tip. I own a Reno2 Z and have a number of camera apps on it, including a version of GCam, but not Open Camera and so far, I'd have to say it is the best of my camera apps!

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      Have this and a Mi 9T Pro in our house. Normal conditions good photos, struggles in low light especially video. Mi 9T is better overall - and then when you go to GCam it is night and day (pun intended).

      Unfortunately you can't sideload GCam on non Snapdragon processors eg MediaTek in the Reno Z.

      Great phone for the money.

    • +1 vote

      Day time photos is fine and comparable to my old S8. Night time not so great.

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    Great phone except for the mediatek chip

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      Is it really that bad for non-gaming performance?

      • +3 votes

        The performance of Mediatek chips for everyday use is more than enough, the only real issue is their efficiency. It's not a bad phone, personally I'd buy a Redmi Note/ Mi 9T for a little less or little more. You get better specs for the price however at the cost of local stock and warranty.

        • +1 vote

          Yeah, shame that the $399 Mi 9T deal is not available anymore

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            @poppingtags: Oh for sure, that was probably the best deal in the upper mid range category in this entire generation of phones. However I do feel like I'm nitpicking, Oppo make some solid phones which 99.9% of the buyers would be happy with. They just aren't my cup of tea with their skin and Chips.

  • +3 votes

    Still waiting for android 10/color os7 update on this phone

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    i ended up going with the oppo A9 2020, got it for $300. (not sure if thats a good deal)

  • +3 votes

    I would avoid this phone.

    Bought one for my girlfriend from the last Optus deal. Phone started to slow down after about a month with no clear explanation, apps would stutter/freeze, mainly the camera, which would usually not save a bunch of photos she would take.

    Just got rid of it on Gumtree.

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      I agree. I bought one 3 months ago on the basis of plenty of positive reviews but I've been really disappointed with it. I came from an LG G7 and I think it was a far superior phone at roughly the same price point.

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        Do what I did for my girlfriend, grab a second-hand Oneplus 6 for around $300. Can't recommend highly enough.

  • +1 vote

    MTK Helio P90

    Not even worth $200. It doesn't even have a SD slot.

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    This or the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9S from the other deal?

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    had a oppo finder x last year. doesn't work well with android auto. lots of features missing. then changed to samsung note 10, vola, a full list of apps pops up on car screen, voice control google maps, tidal and everything just works.

    not sure if they have fixed the issue or it's the common problem with all phones originally designed for China where most google apps are banned.

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    Want to buy a good phone at a reasonable price for father in law. He uses Bluetooth in the car for spotify and calls, any issues with this? If it's temperamental he won't get along with it at all.

    Any info would be great.

    Thanks.

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      Spotify works fine. I've never used it via an inbuilt mic but on loud speaker no problems. The ok google can get a but frustrating but I think in car that's due to it looking for a car mic which I accidentally destroyed.

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    Deciding between the Huawei P20 ($70 more) or this. Not sure which is the better deal

    • +1 vote

      GSM Arena spec comparison. The P20 seems to be missing band 28 its a smaller battery compared to the Reno Z, plus the screen is smaller with a worse of screen ratio. And further more it has an order standard of bluetooth being 4.2 (vs 5.0) at the end of it all The Huawei is a handset from 2018. Personally I'd rather the Reno Z.

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    Is this worth upgrading from an S8?

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    But when is Android 10 coming to the Reno Z?

  • -1 vote

    I’m still on my iPhone 7 Plus, how is this phone on par with iPhone 8-11?

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    The upper range Reno 5g is available for $699

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/529156

    How close it this phone to that?

    Is it worth paying a little bit more for the 5g one?

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      Much higher spec phone but price reflects this. Who knows it's all about your budget I guess and how long you intend to keep the device, if it's a good few years then having 5g might be worth it

  • +1 vote

    Black is oos.

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