The Oppo Reno 9A is Launched for Japanese Users!

The country has specific restrictions when it comes to phones, resulting in this type of phone being launched.

Oppo released a new phone specific to Japanese users. The phone is basically a slightly redesigned Reno 8Z with toned-down specs and Japan-specific features. It does make the phone look clean and simple though.

As with the Reno 8Z, it features a 6.78″ FullHD+ (2400x1080px) AMOLED with 90Hz refresh rate. It also features the totally not cliche Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 chipset with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage.

As for the cameras, there are some revisions. First, the 50MP sensor is downgraded to a slightly older 48MP primary but this is partly compensated for the addition of the 8MP ultrawide. The 2MP macro camera remains of course. The 16MP selfie camera is also here to stay.

There’s also a 4500mAh battery with strangely, only 18W fast charging. The Reno 8Z has 33W by the way.

Among other features mentioned include the IPX8 rating, in-display fingerprint sensor, 3.5mm jack, ColorOS based on Android 13, and NFC.

We’re not expecting this one to reach Philippine shores. The Reno 8 T and the OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite 5G exists anyway, and both of these have features that are already present on the Reno 9A. The latter also has a cheaper price tag because, in Japan, the Reno 9A is priced at JPY 40,656 (~PHP 15.9K).

Source: GizmoChina