YUKI93, 09 Oct 2019This... or OnePlus 7T or Reno 10x Zoom?Or find a P30 at good price and profit the extra quality and features.
Mikey, 09 Oct 2019Umm, where's the star rating? Sorry about that. Had some technical difficulties. It is now rated.
To be honest, starting Reno series, i'm starting to like Oppo. Great practical & intuitive design, well built (performance-battery), very mature camera image processing (easily stands up againts other flagship). Hats off.
The only letting down part is their ColorOS. But as long as it performs and stable, i'll use Lawnchair launcher anyway.
YUKI93, 09 Oct 2019This... or OnePlus 7T or Reno 10x Zoom?Oneplus 7t
BioDiesel, 09 Oct 2019Huh... this is funny. If you download and pixel peep. In daylight pictures, the full 48 mpx ca... moreYes you are right i also did that. Actually the thing is these telephoto sensors that mosf of brands use are mostly of low quality
This... or OnePlus 7T or Reno 10x Zoom?
Can plse tell me... when this will lunch in UAE.
Huh... this is funny. If you download and pixel peep. In daylight pictures, the full 48 mpx camera gives a sharper enlarge (zoom) object than the telephoto. Either the 2x and even worse at 5x. It is more grainier tho'. But the edge is sharp.
I download the "joy sign" picture and compare all the section with advert lighting's.
Umm, where's the star rating?
Doesnt make any sense, the price difference in India between original reno and reno 2 is just 3k=45$....while the main selling point of periscope lens is missing and slightly smaller screen as well and not to forget 730 instead of 855...
When are you going to start listing Geekbench 5 scores which is even more accurate with the more stressing workloads
Firstly, great job again from the GSMa team. They have been dishing out full-fledged reviews at the rate of nearly three a week. Must be hard work. Keep up the good work, team.
Secondly, does anyone think that battery endurance could have been better? Sure, 102h is good battery life. But with a 4000mah battery, AMOLED screen and an 8nm processor, the Reno2 has -- in hardware -- everything going for endurance and efficiency. Anyone else think so?
Just thinking aloud.