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Oppo Reno 2 video stabilization shown off ahead of launch

22 August 2019 0

Oppo Reno 2 video stabilzation

Oppo is gearing up for it next-gen Reno series and going by what is throwing by the company itself, the new devices appear to have many upgraded features apart from just the regular specs boost. Recently, the company shared some key specifications of the Reno 2 in a media statement and now Shen Yiren, Vice President Oppo has shared a video of the device in which the video stabilization is compared to another unnamed device.

In the comparison video, Yiren showcases the Reno 2 stabilization feature or the anti-shake effect. He said that it was filmed without the help of any stabilizer assistive devices. The video stabilization of the Reno 2 is shown better than the other compared in the clip. This alludes the Reno 2 will come with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS).

The Reno 2 will feature a 6.55-inch full HD+ AMOLED Panoramic display with a 20:9 aspect ratio and 93.1 percent screen-to-body ratio. It will also come with an under-display fingerprint sensor for added security. The company has also revealed that the device will be powered by a 4,000mAh battery with 20W VOOC 3.0 fast-charging support. It’s also confirmed that the device will feature quad rear cameras, but the configuration of them isn’t yet known. However, you can expect the 48MP primary sensor accompanied by the telephoto lens, ultrawide, and a depth sensor.

Later on, the TENAA certification also confirms some key details of the Reno 2. It’s powered by an octa-core processor and runs Android 9 Pie.

The new Reno 2 is launch in India on August 28.



Oppo Reno 2 video stabilization shown off ahead of launch
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