Selling for $599, the device has a 4000mAh battery, an MTK P90 processor, up to 8GB of memory and 256GB of storage, a statement from OPPO said.
OPPO is one of the three mobile brands sold by BBK Electronics, the others being vivo and OnePlus. The Reno2 Z will run version 6.1 of ColorOS, its modified version of Android, based on Android Pie.
OPPO Australia managing director Michael Tran said: “At OPPO, we continuously look at new ways we can enhance our camera and video capabilities, to keep pace with the changing demands of the digital world and provide our customers with the features they demand.
“Today, our smartphone is not only our phone but it’s our camera, our video recorder, our gaming device, on-the-go TV and an extension of our style.
"To meet the multiple requirements of today’s smartphone, the Reno2 Z also includes a number of innovations to give our users the best experience possible, in a unique design and at an amazing price. The Reno2 Z has really made premium accessible.”
The new cameria has a new night mode known as ultra dark mode that lets users capture night scenes even when the ambient brightness is less than one lux.
There are seven different portrait modes and an adjustable Bokeh HDR mode, while the introduction of the ultra steady video mode improves the quality of video.
The Reno2 Z has a 6.5-inch E1 AMOLED screen and a screen to body ratio of 91.1%. It does not have a notch due to the pop-up camera and the screen is made of 5th Generation Corning Gorilla Glass.
The device comes in luminous black and sky white and can be bought right now from JB Hi-Fi, Kogan, The Good Guys and Officeworks. From 14 October, it will also be available at Woolworths, Wireless 1, Mobile City, Telechoice and Catch.