Oppo brings Reno phones, with 5G and 10x zoom

The zooms Oppo Reno and Reno 10x will debut in Europe soon. These are the same phones that were unveiled in China a few weeks ago (and vanilla Reno is already on sale there).

In summary, the Oppo Reno 10x zoom features an uncomplicated 6.6-inch OLED display, thanks to a unique shark fin pop-up (16MP selfie cam). The best feature of the phone (and the reason for its name) is the periscope lens on the back, which joins wide and ultra-wide cameras. The periscope and the wide camera both have an OIS.
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Note that the telephoto camera has a 6x optical zoom compared to the main camera and a 10x hybrid zoom (hence its name). The ultra-wide camera is labeled 0.6x zoom.

This model is powered by the latest Snapdragon 855 chipset and will be launched with Color OS 6.0 (based on Android 9 Pie). It will only be available with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.

The Oppo Reno is reduced to a 6.4 "OLED screen, but retains the camera. However, it loses the periscope and the ultra-wide cameras, leaving it with the 48MP main shooter (without the OIS) and a 5MP module that facilitates bokeh and night shots.

The Reno is a mid-range phone based on the Snapdragon 710 chipset. Its basic configuration is 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, although you can also get an 8/256 GB version.

This means that only the 10x zoom model has 4K video processing power at 60 frames per second (the vanilla model caps at 4K / 30 frames per second). In addition, as a high-end model, it features dual-frequency GPS and audio tuning, which use multiple microphones to synchronize video and audio as you zoom in.

Both phones feature fingerprint readers, stereo speakers and VOOC 3.0 charging. However, only the Reno 10x zoom offers Dolby Audio and a slightly larger battery. Reno vanilla gets a 3.5 mm headphone jack, which is missing from the high-end model.

The Oppo Reno 5G is based on the 10x zoom. The company has partnered with Swisscom (Switzerland), EE (United Kingdom), SingTel (Singapore), Telstra and Optus (Australia) to launch worldwide. The Reno 5G could be the first 5G phone available in Europe. Swisscom launched its 5G network in Zurich just two weeks ago. EE will test its 5G network at the Glastonbury Festival (to be held at the end of June).

The Reno will start at € 500 and will be available on May 10 in France, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and Poland. The Oppo Reno 5G - priced at € 900 - will also be launched in May. The zoom version 10x Oppo Reno connected 4G - 800 € - will come after that, beginning of June. So, if you want quick access to the periscope camera, you have to grab Reno 5G.

Oppo also announced that the Reno 10x and Reno 5G zoom lenses would benefit from the international warranty service (the vanilla phone is however excluded). This means that your phone can be repaired at an Oppo Authorized Service Center in all countries where Oppo has an official sales channel.
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