Oppo Reno 3 Pro: Is It Worth The Hype?
After the wait, Oppo has finally launched Reno 3 Pro that has hit the Indian markets now and is ready for purchase. But is the phone even worth the hype? The phone does not seem very promising and some people might’ve shattered their hopes, but there are some sectors where the phone excels.
Design And Look
The phone has a very satisfactory design and it could be improved. It comes in three colors: blue with a gradient, white, black. The phone works well in the dark mode and has an AMOLED display.
However, the phone cant be used outdoors since it offers poor visibility in strong sunlight. The screen is of 6.4 inches and offers a 1080 p HD display. The phone is recommended to be kept on auto-brightness to avoid any issues with outdoor usage.
Performance And Specs
The one place where the phone excels is in the departments of usage and performance. The phone does not lag or heat up with excessive use and is therefore very easy to use and can be preferred by everyone without much thought. It is backed with VOOC 30W high-speed charging. Reno 3 Pro thus has an amazing battery performance at even half an hour of charging.
It has an in-display fingerprint sensor which works very well. The phone comes with the latest version of Android, Android 10. The phone also comes with ColorOS 7 which is the latest operating system. This ensures that you don’t face any such issues with the smoothness in the performance of the phone.
Starting with the front cameras, the front cameras don’t have an extremely mind-blowing performance and it could be worked upon. The phone does not offer great portrait photos and you can always avoid the beautification for the pictures to be more natural and real. The camera works just fine in low-light with no such major issues.
The rear cameras were also largely a setback. The photos clicked are not very crisp and the features of a wide-angle and macro camera are also not up to the mark. The makers could surely use some work here. The quality of low light photos is still better in rearview than their counterparts.
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