The Reno5 F comes in two color versions, called Fluid Black and Fantastic Purple. It sports a 6.43" 1080x2400 60Hz flat AMOLED screen with 135Hz touch sampling rate (and 180Hz touch sampling in Game mode) and 800 nits of peak brightness, with an under-display fingerprint sensor.
On the rear there are four cameras, the main snapper being 48 MP f/1.7. There's also a fixed-focus ultrawide with f/2.2 aperture and 119-degree field-of-view, an f/2.4 macro camera, and an f/2.4 "mono camera" for portrait shot enhancement. The selfie snapper is a 32 MP unit with f/2.4 aperture.
At the helm sits MediaTek's Helio P95 chipset, with a 2.2 GHz octa-core CPU, and the phone ships with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of expandable storage. It has a 4,310 mAh battery with 30W VOOC Charge support. The Oppo Reno5 F runs Android 11 with ColorOS 11 on top. Its dimensions are 160.1 x 73.2 x 7.8 mm, and it weighs 172g.
The phone is retailing in Kenya for KES 31,499, which at the current exchange rates translates into approximately $287 or €241. We assume it will reach more markets soon.
Overpriced silicon that some companies are ripping off clients as to having a Snapdragon 720G. Wow.
seriously oppo? its just last year oppo reno4 f with same chip, screen and rear cameras, but with single selfie cam and even the square island is same just add fake periscope hole with letter "AI" to copy samsung s20 ultra.