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Oppo Reno "Standard Edition" camera samples suggest phone delivers vibrant colors

02 April 2019 2


Oppo Reno isn’t far from its launch but this doesn’t mean we should stop welcoming any new teasers from the company. Oppo has been sharing a lot of teasers and information on its new series’ phone and now the VP Brian Shen has come up with some full-resolution camera samples taken with the Oppo Reno.

Look more like the promotional stuff, these pictures are said to come straight out of the “Reno Standard Edition” with no post-processing. These camera samples show the normal photography prowess of the device. There are no samples taken with a 10x camera zoom since these pictures have been snapped with the “Standard Edition” (one with Snapdragon 710 processor). As you would notice, the clicked pictures only suggest that the phone is able to produce vibrant and sharp images.

The device also includes a Snapdragon 855 powered variant, the one with a 10x zoom camera. It’s also speculated that the device will also have a 5G variant, thus a total of 3 variants of the Oppo Reno.

Recently, the standard variant of the Reno which will come with Snapdragon 710 processor found on JD.com and the leak revealed the look of the same. There’s no 10x camera zoom sensor on the back. The phone spotted in four color options – Purple, Green, Pink, and Black.

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