OPPO Reno stunning camera samples pop up online - gizmochina

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In the face of a saturated market, smartphone manufacturers are devising different strategies to sell their phones. One pattern that is gradually turning into a trend is the launch of a new, independent brand focused on a particular niche. Vivo recently launched the iQOO focused on smartphone gaming. Xiaomi last year launched the cheap flagship Poco brand while OPPO has the Realme brand focused on certain markets in Asia. Another strategy is to release new models under a brand new series just like Samsung is doing with the Galaxy A series.   OPPO recently teased a new series called Reno which would be hitting the market soon. OPPO Reno

While we are still uncertain about the specs of the OPPO Reno, the company’s vocal VP Brian Shen has shared a couple of camera samples which he says were captured by the Reno’s camera. Specifically, the samples were shot using the 48MP main camera at the rear and the images were unedited. He did clarify that the device is still in development so the EXIF data will show the R&D code PBDM00. The samples are pretty stunning, exposure is superb even under low light condition as seen on the samples below. The pictures come out with clarity even under the poorly lit condition. OPPO VP also hinted that the camera is still being optimized so the device may even bring out better samples when it is launched. That sounds interesting.OPPO Reno

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The OPPO Reno will feature a 48-megapixel main camera with a second 5-megapixel sensor while there is a front-facing 16-megapixel snapper onboard. The device was earlier said to pack a Snapdragon 855 chipset but a recent Bluetooth SIG certification listing shows the device pack a Snapdragon 710 chipset. The phone is expected to be launched in April.

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Jed John

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