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Oppo’s Reno8 T has been leaking a lot over the past few weeks, and yesterday we got to know when the announcement will take place: on February 8, at least for the Philippines.

Now, also from the Philippines, we have the price of the upcoming device to talk about, as revealed in a Facebook ad for a brick-and-mortar physical store in Quezon City.

The price of Oppo Reno8 T was revealed before the February 8 announcement

According to the listing, which shows several boxes of the Reno 8T ready for sale to customers, the phone will be priced at PHP 18,999, which currently equates to $348 and €320 respectively.

Given the lack of visible 5G branding on the box, we assume this is a 4G-only model. For that amount of money, you get 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, though a 128GB iteration is also apparently in the works. The specs say the handset has a 6.43-inch AMOLED touchscreen, a 40x zoom “Microlens” camera and a 100MP “Portrait Camera”. Whatever that means.

The price of Oppo Reno8 T was revealed before the February 8 announcement

The battery should be 5,000 mAh, with support for 33W fast wired charging. Two colors are offered: black and orange, the latter in the form of faux leather. The Reno8 T is said to run ColorOS 13 on top of Android 13. In the Philippines, if you pre-order one of these, you’ll reportedly get a free pair of Oppo’s Enco Buds2 TWS earphones.

According to past leaks, rumors and speculations, the 4G-only Reno8 T will be powered by MediaTek’s Helio G99 SoC, while the 5G model will get Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 695.



James is a long-time mobile phone fan who has been writing reviews of the latest phones and apps for the past few years. He has a particular interest in new features and how they can be used to improve the user experience. He is also a keen photographer and often takes pictures with his phone to show off the latest camera technology.