OPPO Reno3 Pro : Review

OPPO Reno 3 Pro

If you are one of those who are have been following smartphones known for their exceptional design language then you can understand that one name tops the list and that is OPPO. The smartphone giant launched the premier Reno series in May 2019 and seized the attention of many, not just for how it seemed on the outside, but also for everything it packed inside that beautiful unibody design.

OPPO launched the Reno series intending to attract consumers who wanted their phone to be a standout among the crowd of other devices while giving exceptional camera abilities. It’s not even a year and the smartphone manufacturer has brought the next generations of the Reno series, with the most modern one being the Reno3 Pro. The OPPO Reno3 Pro taking the legacy forward made important changes to the device, mostly on the design. The smartphone manufacturer has also launched a distinct variant of the device in India with an impressive MediaTek P95 processor, compared to China’s Snapdragon 765G processor.

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The smartphone sports a punch-hole pattern on its 6.4-inch display to bring the world’s first 44+2MP dual Punch-hole front camera setup. This also indicates that the stylish shark-fin-style pop-up camera, which was an impressive way to showcase the motorized front camera, has also gone with the Reno3 Pro. The nonexistence of the pop-up camera has, in turn, made this smartphone light in weight. While devices nowadays weigh more than 200 grams, this smartphone weighs in at just 175 grams.

Maybe, right now you’ll think that this is not such a major difference, but you can clearly feel the reason we had to mention this, while you will be using the device. Also, because there’s no wait-time for the selfie camera to pop-up the face-unlock works quicker.

Another essential point of the Reno series has been the outstanding camera that gives a versatile set of focal lengths. The OPPO Reno3 Pro continues to emphasize a quad-camera setup on the rear, but this time with an impressive 64MP primary sensor. The sensor of the camera is 1/1.72-inch and it has an f/1.8 aperture paired with an 8MP, 119.9-degree ultra-wide lens camera, an amazing 13MP f/2.4 telephoto lens with 20x digital zoom, and also a 2MP monochrome lens.

Our verdict for this device is that with outstanding camera capabilities, great processer, and impressive design, Reno3 Pro can be an ideal choice for every individual