OPPO has unleashed its latest additions to the Reno series of Android smartphones, delivering upgraded rear camera improvements. Because, let’s face it: one of the first aspects that we’re interested in when it comes to a smartphone is represented by its cameras!
The spotlight shines on the Reno 10 Pro+, which is equipped with the MariSilicon X-enhanced high-res zoom lens, taking photography to a new level. Notebookcheck has spotted the new release on OPPO’s official website.
The Reno 10 also receives a boost for its charging speed with the introduction of the faster 80W SuperVOOC charging technology. However, compared to its predecessors, it falls short when it comes to significant internal upgrades, sporting the same display and System-on-Chip (SoC).
On the other hand, the Pro and Pro+ models feature slightly taller frames, showcasing a 6.74-inch 120Hz OLED display. This marks the first time the Reno series embraces a 1.5K resolution, delivering stunning visuals with a maximum brightness of 1,400 nits. This ensures that you’ll be able to use such a phone even during the sunniest days. The Pro models retain impressive 100W “super flash” charging capabilities.
While the Reno 10 Pro+ continues to impress with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1/MariSilicon X configuration, the Reno 10 Pro combines the same NPU with the Dimensity 8200 SoC. This powerful combination promises to elevate the performance of the 50MP primary camera, complemented by the 32+8MP backup lenses found in the Reno 10.
The extraordinary “Sony flagship” main shooter finds its way into the Reno 10 Pro+ model, alongside the 8MP wide-angle camera. However, the standout feature is represented by the unique square lens, housing a remarkable 64MP sensor equipped with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and 5x optical zoom.
With the Reno 10 Pro+ offering 16GB of RAM and a minimum of 256GB of internal storage, as does the Reno 10 Pro, they are priced starting from 3,499 yuan (~US$496) and 3,899 yuan (~US$533), respectively.