After launching the Reno5 and Reno5 Pro earlier this month, Oppo only gave the Reno5 Pro + its own event, likely because it is becoming a true flagship. In other words – it checks all the boxes, though it’s no surprise given the number of leaks in the past few weeks.
The handset is based on the 6.55-inch AMOLED panel with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels (high, aspect ratio 20: 9) and supports a refresh rate of up to 90 Hz. The touch sampling rate is also slightly higher than that Average at 180 Hz. More important is the fact that the display can reach peak values at 1,100 nits of brightness. However, we don’t know if Oppo measured this on a small spot in the center of the display or on the entire panel. In any case, it’s pretty impressive.
All pixels are controlled by a Snapdragon 865 SoC with 8 or 12 GB RAM and 128 or 256 GB internal UFS 3.1 storage. No support for microSD cards.
The camera setup is just as competent. The brand new 50MP IMX766 (1 / 1.56 “) sensor from Sony does the heavy lifting on the back with a f / 1.8 aperture lens and OIS. The telephoto unit is 13MP with a f / 2.4 aperture but to our surprise there is no information about the zoom, we are relying on 3x magnification but will update the article as soon as we know for sure.
For the other two cameras on the back there is the usual 16MP 1: 2.2 ultra-wide unit and a 2MP 1: 2.4 snapper for macros, while on the front there is the 32MP 1: 2.4- Selfie camera is housed.
Battery life should be solid given the 4,500mAh capacity, while charging will be lightning fast thanks to Oppo’s SuperVOOC 2.0 65W charging. The wired reversal of the charging process is also supported by the handset.
Other notable functions are Android 11 with ready-to-use ColorOS 11, a high-quality glass and aluminum construction, stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos tuning, a color spectrum sensor and a fast fingerprint reader under the display.
Currently, the device will only be available in China and pre-orders will start on January 18th, while actual sales will start on January 22nd. The entry-level 8GB / 128GB iteration sells for 3,999 CNY (~ $ 610), while the heavier 12GB / 256GB version sells for 4,499 CNY (~ 690 USD). The available colors are black and blue. A limited edition version developed in collaboration with Joshua Vides will be available for the same price as the 12GB / 256GB model.
source (in Chinese