He OPPO Reno 3 standard, as we remember that a Pro model has also been commercialized, it does not seem a direct sequel to the OPPO Reno 2F. Rather, it looks like a successor to the manufacturer’s F series, with its raindrop notch on the top bezel and vertical camera matrix on the upper left side of the back panel. In the same way, the pop-up module for the camera and the perforated screen of its brothers are ignored to give life to a phone or a much more classic appearance.
Even so, the back of the phone is also made of glass with slight curves around the edges, so an element and a premium feel are added to the set that unite some characteristics that we review in this data sheet with each and every one of mobile phone components.
This is the official video of the new OPPO phone where its sealed specifications and design lines are appreciated.
Classic screen, but AMOLED
OPPO It has embedded the biometric sensor under the OPPO Reno 3’s Super AMOLED display so you won’t find a physical fingerprint reader anywhere on the phone. As for this screen, it is a 6.4-inch panel that operates at a resolution of 2,400 x 1,080 pixels that ends up generating an aspect ratio of 20: 9. As for the bezels, they are small enough not to be seen. realize they exist.
The refresh rate is 60Hz, as expected. Nothing flashy but it allows you to lower the final price of the phone. Finally, the smartphone boasts a density of 411 dpi and a body with a unique gradient finish with highly advanced printing technology, which uses seven-layer printing to generate a premium look.
Processor and memory
The heart of OPPO Reno 3 It is inherited from the OPPO Reno 2Z, where MediaTek embeds its Helio P90 developed through a 12nm process, which includes a total of 8 cores. They are divided into two ARM CorteX A75 CPUs operating at 2.2 GHz and six other Cortex A55 CPUs operating at a clock speed of 2.0 GHz and handling the lightest tasks.
At a graphic level we have a PowerVR GM 9946 GPU that does not offer great difficulties to play the most demanding titles that we download from the Android store.
He OPPO mid-range It comes in stores with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. Of course, if we needed more space, we can make use of its MicroSd card tray and add 256 GB more.
Surprise camera at the front
The OPPO Reno 3 has a quad camera design with dedicated lenses for ultra wide angle and telephoto shooting. The 2 megapixel secondary sensor is monochrome and can improve the contrast of our photos, especially when working with black and white filters. But what stands out the most from the set is its main camera that combines a 48 megapixel sensor with an f / 1.8 aperture lens, and the possibility of using the telephoto lens to work with a 5x hybrid zoom and up to 20x digital zoom.
Similar to the Reno 2 series, the Reno 3 comes with OPPO’s Ultra Night Mode, which can help you capture bright, clear images in low light without the need for a tripod or using the camera’s LED flash.
For capturing selfies, the OPPO Reno 3 comes equipped with the company’s new 44-megapixel camera module with f / 2.4 aperture. It’s one of the sharpest, highest-resolution front faces on the market, but unlike the Pro Edition, the standard Reno doesn’t have a dedicated bokeh lens to play around with portrait mode blur, which in this case is the responsibility of this lens. 44 MP.
As for video recording, we can record clips at 1080p and 720p at 30fps with the front camera, while with the rear we have the option of generating videos at 4K / 30fps; 1080p at 60fps / 30fps; and 720p at 60fps / 30fps
Battery, within normal
The OPPO Reno 3 inherits one of the best hallmarks of the brand, its fast charging technology. The smartphone has a 30W VOOC Flash 3.0 charge capable of recharging 51% in less than 30 minutes and the mobile fully in just over an hour.
Without autonomy data, it is possible to imagine that the 4025 lithium cell inside the phone offers us a duration of more than 24 hours without the need to look for a plug.
Although it is not a 5G mobile, it has LTE compatibility capable of offering a download speed of 600 Mbps (LTE Cat. 12) and 150 Mbps upload (LTE Cat.13). We also have Wi-Fi 802.11a (5GHz), 802.11ac (5GHz), 802.11b (2.4GHz), 802.11g (2.4GHz), 802.11n (2.4GHz), NFC, and Bluetooth 5.0
As for the physical ports we have the usual USB Type C for data transfer and battery charging as well as a fingerprint sensor located on the front of the phone that is housed under the screen glass. Similarly, there is space for a 3.5 mm minijack connector in which to place our headphones and enjoy the compatibility with Dolby Atmos that the phone offers.
Finally, being a Dual Sim mobile we also have the possibility of inserting two NanoSIM cards to carry two phone lines on the same device. Of course, the space is shared with the slot for memory cards.
Price to change
The mobile has not yet been put up for sale in our country. OPPO sell the Reindeer 3 in China starting from a price of 3399 yuan, which, if we pass it to euros, leaves us a figure close to 430 euros.
There is no date yet for the arrival in Spain of this complete phone that is sold in Sky White, Midnight Black and Auroral Blue colors.