Review Oppo Reno5: Mid-range smartphone worth buying

Rate this post

In this article,Let’s learn more details below:Review Oppo Reno5: Mid-range smartphone worth buying

Before the year 2020 full of fluctuations because of Covid-19, Oppo still has time to release its “last hit” as the mid-range smartphone Reno5. That is a respectable achievement, as this is already the 5th generation of the Reno smartphone line in less than two years. Saying it because of market fierce is also true, but this shows us how the smartphone market is constantly pushing new limits. Seeing from the consumer’s eyes, it is a good thing and should be encouraged.

Design of Oppo Reno5

While manufacturers are still stuck in finding the best solution for full screen displays, the back is a place for them to unleash their creativity with the customization that their devices become unique. , attractive. On Reno5, Oppo brings a new design with Reno Glow coating like thousands of tiny glowing crystals creating an eye-catching gradation effect when changing the viewing angle. Unfortunately, unlike the 5G version, the Reno5 4G only has a back structure and a plastic frame instead of tempered glass.

Review Oppo Reno5 design
Review Oppo Reno5 design

A bit thicker and heavier than the Reno4 due to its larger battery, the Reno5’s “three-round measurements” are 159.1 x 73.3 x 7.7mm, weighing 171g, still very thin and light compared to other smartphones on the market. Combined with the lightly textured Reno Glow coating to minimize sweat and fingerprints, the two sides are 2.5D curved, the Reno5 is one of the smartphones for the best grip at the moment. that I have the opportunity to experience.

Review Oppo Reno5 Camera
Review Oppo Reno5 Camera

The Reno4 rear camera cluster design has not changed much, except that they are lightly coated with luminescent layers, which will emit light blue light when in dark spaces. In terms of hardware, except for the main lens upgraded to a 64MP sensor, the rest of the Reno5 cameras – 8MP wide angle, 2MP macro and 2MP font removal – all have the same parameters and layout as Reno4.

There’s not too much to say about the front of the Reno5, as the punch-hole design has become so popular that manufacturers haven’t figured out a better way yet. However, there is a notable detail that the Reno4 pill-shaped selfie camera cluster has been replaced by a single 44MP camera – perhaps the Reno4’s wide-angle selfie feature is not used much. as Oppo expected? Anyway, the one-hole punching design is still less distracting, the screen area used isn’t cut off to make room for a feature you don’t use.

The screen edges of the Reno5 are well-finished, there is no plastic edge surrounding the screen protruding, causing hands when clawing like machines in the lower price segment. In general, the front-facing design in this segment has reached its limit, we will have to wait until firms find the next breakthrough.

2156996 e1615505889845

Thanks to the use of an AMOLED panel, the Reno5 is integrated with an in-screen fingerprint sensor, a solution once only available in the flagship segment, which is now popular in the mid-range segment. The speed and accuracy of the fingerprint sensor on the Reno5 are good, and you can customize the unlocking effect in the device’s settings.

The position of the connection port, physical buttons have been optimized by Oppo from previous generations, so it is not surprising that Reno5 still inherits the characteristics from its seniors. Although thin and light, the Reno5 still has a 3.5mm jack, dual SIM tray and separate memory card.

After Oppo Reno4 Pro, Reno5 is the next smartphone in the Reno line equipped with a 90Hz screen. High refresh rates (and touch sampling rate) are a new trend pursued by manufacturers by providing a smoother scrolling experience compared to 60Hz, and Oppo brought this feature to More Reno line fans is a welcome thing.

In terms of hardware, the Reno5 Pro is equipped with a 6.43 inch flat screen with a 90Hz AMOLED panel, 1080 x 2400 pixels resolution, protected by Gorilla Glass 3. With a maximum brightness of 600 nit, outdoor display for Reno5 is a relatively simple job. Reno5’s default Vivid color mode reproduces colors true to the characteristics of an AMOLED panel: vibrant color, high saturation, wide dynamic range. The viewing experience is very similar to the Reno4 Pro, except that the Reno5 is equipped with a flat screen.

Integrated Dolby Atmos, but because it is only a single speaker, the quality of the Reno5’s speaker is not too outstanding. The volume is quite loud, not at maximum level, but that’s it.


Related posts