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Oppo Reno will have 48MP sensor with 10x hybrid zoom

Oppo Reno will have 48MP sensor with 10x hybrid zoom

Oppo is reinventing how a phone uses its camera sensor to snap pictures and that is what we will be looking at the upcoming Oppo Reno series. It will sport a larger 48MP sensor for starters and will feature Oppo’s proprietary 10x hybrid zoom technology that gives it the power to grab photos of distant objects.

Oppo Reno smartphones will be based on creativity and features that consumers have been surveyed to care about. According to Android Authority, today, most people use their smartphones to grab photos and videos and doing more than just calling and messaging others, etc.

One of the USP of Oppo Reno will be its prowess in the camera department since we are talking about a large 48MP sensor that must click high-resolution photos and top of all, it will be paired along Oppo’s proprietary hybrid zoom technology that uses both prisms and pericope that converts its telephoto lens into a lossless 10x hybrid zoom lens that allows users to click pictures of farther objects without losing data over compression. In fact, Shen Yiren, Vice President of Oppo, posted images captured by Oppo Reno including an image showing the reduced bezel sizes across all four edges. Moreover, the bottom bezel is slicker and thinner than the Oppo Find X to put things into perspective.

The thing is, we don’t know much about Oppo Reno but we do know that one of its variants will pick up Snapdragon 855 chipset while others are reportedly getting SDM710 chipset. Since there are five variants to release, we are still clueless about which variant will get which chipset bundled with it.

According to a previous report, one of the Reno smartphones will host a 6.4-inch HD+ display paired with Color OS6 running on top of stock Android 9.0 Pie and will sport 16MP front and 48+5MP rear camera setup.

Anyhow, it is just a matter of a few days until Oppo announces the Reno smartphone during a launch event scheduled on April 10 in China although the global release date and availability is a question as of now.

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