If you were expecting a 5G model, unfortunately none of those will be officially available in Kenya.
Both phones are similar in many ways, sharing a 6.43″ AMOLED display, 8GB RAM, 128GB internal storage, 256GB microSDXC card support, 4G LTE, and 4310mAh battery.
They differ in screen refresh rate, front camera, main camera, processor, and fast charging, among other minor details.
Coming to Nigeria too
Both OPPO smartphones are expected to be launched in Nigeria too sometime in March .
The Reno5 4G was initially announced in Vietnam, and is gradually making its way to other countries. The Reno5 F has not been announced yet and the Kenya launch will likely be its first official unveiling.
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