After two versions of Reno Black Thien Vuong and Hai Duong Green launched at the beginning of the month, today Oppo continues to introduce to users a different color version, Hong Ngoc Trai, aimed at women and fashion lovers. than.
The canning of this smartphone is no different from the same brother, still white and dominant, and without any color markings on the front.
True to its name, the back of the phone is the same as the pearl chain, with many different shades of color: when the color is ivory, pale pink looks great.
The small ball that protruded to avoid scratching the camera face is also covered with the same color, along with a green border that adds a unique and unique touch to the product.
With the rear camera design immersed in the glass, accompanied by a light pink color makes this new Reno look like a sweet candy bar on the girls' hands.
This color tone is not only on the back but also covered with the edges, creating a beautiful uniform for the product.
Oppo Reno front has a strong impression thanks to the completely overflow design without any camera selfie or sensor in front. In order to achieve a 93.1% screen / body ratio, Oppo was creative when hiding the camera and flash on the frame, with a shark fin design.
According to Oppo, the opening speed will be within 0.8 seconds, with the opening angle tilted by 11 degrees and perfectly capable of reaching more than 200,000 uses. The back of this fish fin is placed with Flash, so when shooting the rear camera in low light conditions, the fish fins will be opened to Flash to operate.
The Reno screen measures 6.4 inches, uses AMOLED panels and Full HD + resolution.
The device is also equipped with a fingerprint scanner under the screen and protected by Gorilla Glass toughened glass 6.
The configuration of this version remains the same, inside is Snapdragon 710 chip – a pretty strong chip in the mid-range segment. 6 GB RAM memory, while 256GB storage memory and does not support microSD slot. Due to limited time, we only tested the performance of the device through Benchmark software such as AnTuTu, GeekBench and 3DMark. We will take a closer look at heavy tasks and games when available on official hands after the product launches.
In terms of parameters, Reno's rear camera uses Sony IMX 586 48 MP f / 1.7 sensor that supports optical vibration, the other camera with 5 MP f / 2.4 resolution ensures depth of field and finally Selfie camera with 16 MP f / 2.0 (including front flash).
The product is sold from today with the price unchanged: VND 12,990,000.