Oppo unveiled the Reno 3 and Reno 3 Pro two days ago and they are already breaking milestones. According to a new report, the Reno 3 series crossed 1.46 million registrations milestone in China. It shows how the device are being a matter of great interest among Chinese customers. Out of which 580,000 registrations came through JD.com a popular online retailer. Moreover, the new series became the booking champion on TMall for 2019. This is an impressive milestone for the last week of the year.
Of course, worth noting that we still need to wait and see how many of the registrations will actually convert to sales. However, they are a good way to evaluate how popular Oppo’s first wave of 5G smartphones will be. These figures were counted on December 27 at 6:30 PM local time. For that reason, we believe that the actual count is likely to have crossed 1.5 million by now.
The Oppo Reno 3 boasts MediaTek’s recently unveiled Dimensity 1000L SoC and retails at CNY3,339 ($485). The Pro variant, however, boasts Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G SoC and is priced higher at CNY3,999 ($570). Both smartphones are the first of many 5G handsets that will be revealed by Oppo in the next year. Of course, they are a good example of how the Chinese market is excited for new smartphones with the recently released network standard.