The OPPO Ace2 Smartphone was announced in China yesterday, completely forsaking the 'Reno' branding that came with last year's edition.
According to the product page, the 5G-enabled Ace2 is targeted towards gamers, with a speedy 90Hz HDR10+ display, 180Hz touch response rate, and 4D cooling system.
In terms of power, it's packing a Snapdragon 865 chipset with up to 12GB RAM and 256GB of storage. Battery life should not be an issue; the 4,000mAh battery is paired with 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 fast charging and 40W AirVOOC wireless charging capabilities. In a nice twist, they've also added 10W wireless charging for other devices, enabling you to turn the Ace2 into a portable power bank any time.
On the back, you'll find a quad-camera island housing the following:
2MP depth sensor
On the front, you'll find a punch-hole cutout on the top left housing a 16MP selfie camera. The Ace 2 will feature OPPO's latest AI enhancement software as well as good low-light capabilities.
Out of the box, the device will come with OPPO's ColorOS 7.1 with Android 10. And no, it does not have a headphone jack.
The OPPO Ace2 will be released on 20 April in China, with the global release yet to be determined. The pricing will be as follows:
8GB + 128GB: ¥3,999 (~RM2,454)
8GB + 256GB: ¥4,399 (~RM2,699)
12GB + 256GB: ¥4,599 (~RM2,822)