The Oppo Reno 4 Pro 5G was released recently with a base price of £699 ($905). It has much of the same specifications and functionality compared with its non-5G brother. It comes with additional hardware changes, though.
But for most customers searching for a mid-range unit, what makes the 5G variant a better choice? Read on for further information.
This handset, like most new phones, also looks sophisticated. It has curved front glass and slim bezels, which you can hardly note. When it comes to how the three cameras are mounted, the rear camera array is often rare.
The Oppo Reno 4 Pro 5G has the look of a flagship. Gorilla Glass 5 protects much of the phone’s exterior. At the same time, this building strategy offers strong security and a luxury feel. If there’s one feature that sticks out about the Oppo Reno 4 Pro 5G, it’s its color and style. Users can visibly see the company’s logo on the back of the polycarbonate. It creates a charming impact until the light reaches it.
The mobile is just 7.6 mm thick and weighs a meager 172 g. This brings a noticeable luxury feel to the mobile user. However, the caveat is that the phone does not have any officially accredited IP ranking, considering its overall appearance. The Chinese company also says that its phone has a substantial amount of water safety. Still, they won’t be curious enough to show that this is accurate for other consumers.
There is a microphone on top of the Oppo Reno 4 Pro 5G. Although the individual volume keys are situated on the left side, the right side holds the control switch. The dual-SIM tray, microphone, USB-C connector, and speaker can be located on the bottom of the handset.
Oppo’s mid-range model has a 6.5-inch Full HD+ AMOLED monitor that comes with a 90Hz refresh rate. This design offers a sharp and colorful image on the phone’s computer. The screen reacts to touch-based commands well, too. Considering that this is a midrange unit, the show looks excellent.
Two critical security features come with the Oppo Reno 4 Pro 5G: the in-display optical fingerprint scanner and facial recognition. Of the two, the second is much quicker. It mainly focuses its eyes on technology as its predecessors. The mobile comes with a Snapdragon 765 G from Qualcomm and up to a massive 12 GB of RAM. The mobile computer is based on Android 10 and operates on ColorOS 7.2. Although it doesn’t come out of the box for Android 11, odds are that this will be introduced in future updates.
In terms of efficiency and picture consistency, the foundation Reno 4 Pro had limitations. The 5G-enabled variant comes with a 765 G Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset, so we assume this will help overcome some problems.
All in all, the Reno 4 is a perfect option for users who are searching for a lightweight and trendy midrange phone. But if you’ve purchased its older brother already, don’t worry, except for a few camera functions, you don’t really lose out on a thing.