Did you enjoy the replica of Oppo Reno’s monuments that show what the 10x zoom camera can do? If so, here are some more examples. The focus this time is on the architecture, but the capabilities of the zoom camera are still essential.
A Weibo article describes the camera’s specifications (link to the source below 1 if you want to read it). On the back is a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor behind a Schneider-certified double-aperture (1: 1.5 and 1: 2.4) lens, just like the R17 Pro.
The ultra-wide camera has 120 ° FoV. The 10x zoom is measured in relation to it, ranging from 16mm to 160mm (35mm equivalent).
Unrelated to the camera, the blog states that the Oppo Reno will have a 4,065 mAh battery with a meaningless charge of 50W Super VOOC 4.0. A full charge takes 40 minutes and the charger is TÜV certified for safety reasons.
The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 855 chipset and has multiple storage options – 8GB, 10GB and 256GB – all with 256GB of UFS 2.1 storage.
There is talk of an Oppo Reno 5G adding a Snapdragon X50 modem and increasing the battery to 5,000 mAh. This is based on 12 / 256GB.
Then there is the Oppo Reno Lamborghini with up to 512 GB faster UFS 3.0 memory. And 12GB of RAM and a 5000 mAh battery, why not.
Another interesting element of the blog post is that the Reno has a motor in the abscissa and not on the ordinate, which gives the impression that the vibration is more like a physical button.
The screen is configured for a 1080p + Dynamic AMOLED with HDR10 + support, and a fingerprint reader is integrated on the screen. If all this happens, it will be an interesting phone.
And while we’re at it, we’ll certainly mention that Oppo is preparing a digital AI assistant for Reno. Meet Breeno: