Oppo's latest smartphones, the Reno 7 and Reno 7 Pro, have been officially unveiled in Singapore. These phones bring with them a host of aesthetic changes and upgrades, including a new triple camera setup on the Pro model. Both the Reno 7 and Reno 7 Pro are essentially rebranded versions of their predecessors, the Oppo Reno 6 and Oppo Reno 6 Pro, with minimal changes to the core software and hardware specifications. This means that the biggest changes to the hardware experience for Singapore users will be in terms of aesthetics rather than the actual specifications of the phones.
Oppo is known for its premium design, and the company continues to deliver with their latest model. Both phones are built around a glass body and feature a 90Hz AMOLED display, which is great for watching videos and playing games. Both are equipped with a powerful MediaTek chipset that makes them fast and powerful enough for day-to-day use. In addition, both the Oppo RENO 7 and RENO 7 PRO are equipped with a triple camera on the back that offers a great photography experience.
The Reno 7 and 7 Pro are priced at $598 and $728, respectively, making them some of the most affordable premium flagships on the market. This means you get high-end specs for a very reasonable price.
The RENO 7 is cheaper, with the Pro model boasting better specs and a premium design.
Here's a breakdown of the differences between the Reno 7 5G and the Reno 7 Pro 5G:
1. The Oppo Reno 7 and 7 Pro are two different versions of the same phone - the latest variant of the brand's flat phone trend. The Reno 7 Pro is an all-out rectangular slab, while the Reno 7 is more curved. Both have an edge-to-edge display, though the Reno 7 Pro's screen is a throw larger than the Reno 7's thanks to the smaller bottom bezel, and both run the latest ColorOS 12 based on Android 11.
2. The only major difference between the two is the build material and texture of the frame. The Pro model has a metal frame that is also soft to the touch, which looks nicer and feels better than the plastic of the standard model. The Reno 7, on the other hand, has a frame made of glossy plastic.
3. Both phones have two large lenses on the back of the device, with the 7 Pro's camera module being two-tiered, with metal at the top and ceramic at the bottom. The 7 Pro also has a glowing, breathing light strip on the back of the device that lights up when a call comes in, and a textured back for extra grip. The Reno 7, on the other hand, has a single module that houses two main lenses.
4. The Pro model has a 6.5-inch 1080p AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate of 90 Hz, while the standard model has a slightly smaller 6.4-inch 1080p AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 90 Hz. Both models have an in-display fingerprint sensor and support for HDR10+ content. The standard model will have a maximum brightness of 800nits, while the Pro model will have a maximum brightness of 920nits. Both devices are covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 To protect against drops and scratches, to protect against drops and scratches.
5. The Pro model is powered by a customized version of MediaTek's CPU called the Dimensity 1200-Max. This is a customized version of MediaTek's Dimensity 1200 chip that Oppo says has been tuned to improve the display in terms of color and contrast for HDR content and camera output to reduce blur in images taken with the front-facing camera. The Reno 7 is equipped with a MediaTek Dimensity 900 chip.
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The Oppo Find X5 Pro in Singapore also boasts a sleek design and an impressive camera. The OnePlus subsidiary has outdone itself this year with its partnership with camera manufacturer Hasselblad. The camera can take stunning photos that are perfect for sharing on the Internet or for printouts.