The Reno3 is well equipped with 128 GB mass storage, and it also has a brisk UFS 2.1 memory. Even 8 GB of RAM is a decent amount for this price range. Modern Bluetooth 5 and NFC for contactless payment are also on board.
In terms of WiFi speed, the smartphone is on class level. The most important LTE bands are supported to ensure operation in Europe, but worldwide you may have problems dialing into the 4G network on further journeys.
The fingerprint sensor is under the screen and unlocks the smartphone quite reliably. The Reno 3 is also quick to use in other ways. A 90 Hz screen, as in the Reno3 Pro, which lowers the perceived response time of the Smarpthone, isn’t available here.