Today Oppo officially launches Reno phone in Vietnam market with price of VND 12.99 million for standard version and VND 20.99 million for 10x zoom version. After the success of Find X and F11 Pro, Reno is the third phone to impress users when it comes to a unique front camera design, the content display experience is really more interesting.
As for the camera pop-up mechanism, Oppo said Reno can pull up to 200,000 times, the opening speed is about 0.8 seconds and has the function of detecting the falling machine to automatically close the enclosure, avoiding collision damage. module.
Besides the 16 MP f / 2.0 selfie camera, this shark fin also contains flash (both before and after) so overall when the user does not open the camera it will look very neat, the appearance looks more elegant.
Rear camera instead of vertical or horizontal module assembly like other products on the market, Oppo makes this lens submerged under Gorilla Glass glass 5. No protruding, no excess black plate, Oppo created the backside identical to my Reno.
Oppo Reno standard version uses the main camera 48 MP sensor, with a 5 MP secondary camera to measure depth of field. Meanwhile, Oppo Reno 10x zoom version has 3 rear cameras, including 48 MP for main camera, 13 MP for 5x optical zoom camera and 8 MP for super wide-angle camera.
Oppo Reno 10x (left) and Reno standard (right)
On the front, the Reno screen is completely freed from the display space thanks to the camera's solution, so the screen edge of the device is very thin, the screen / body ratio is 93.1%. Standard Reno has a 6.4-inch screen, while a 10x zoom is 6.6 inches, using Gorilla Glass 6.
As a more advanced version, the Reno 10x comes with a hardware configuration to the Snapdragon 855, 8 GB RAM, while Reno standard uses the mid-range Snapdragoon 710 chip and 6 GB RAM, both have internal memory. 256 GB. The battery of the 10x version is 4065 mAh, while the standard Reno is 3765 mAh.
Both are equipped with fast charging technology VOOC 20W, fingerprint sensor under the screen.
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