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Oppo Reno's new leak shows off 10x optical hybrid zoom in action

19 March 2019 2

Oppo’s new Reno smartphones’ series will launch on April 10 but we have started gaining some early insights on the same, at least on the very first phone that will have some interesting features to offer, including a 10x optical hybrid zoom camera tech.

A few days back, Oppo put some camera samples in front of us and highlighted which is one of the most important aspects of photography. The first Reno phone will have an elephantine 48MP primary snapper and together with a secondary snapper, it will unlock an incredible zooming capability, well if we go by the camera samples. Those were more or less marketing stuff offered by Oppo but now some real-life pictures of the device have surfaced.


The tipster Ice Universe has shared three pictures in which a user can be seen capturing using the 10x optical zoom. According to what has been highlighted in the photos, the user seems to be capturing the players on football ground from quite a good distance. You can see the difference between what is behind the 10x camera zoom and what is not. The user seems to be sitting at a good distance in the audience and capturing from quite far. This is being captured from quite a good distance than the ones we saw before in the shared camera samples. Such shots are said to be captured using 48MP snapper in a 12MP mode using the pixel binning tech.

The Oppo Reno phone is expected to include Snapdragon 855 processor and offer a 93.1% screen-to-body ratio. This phone may include one Lamborghini and 5G variant as well.

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