Review Oppo Reno5 5G | Oppo Reno5 Pro 5G – Both the OPPO Reno5 5G and the Reno5 Pro 5G look identical in terms of design, but the Pro version is certainly the tallest model. In addition, they also have differences in terms of specifications.
OPPO Reno5 5G and Reno5 Pro 5G both come with punch-hole designs using AMOLED panels and support 90Hz refresh rates. The difference is from the screen size, where the Reno5 5G has a 6.43-inch diagonal screen that supports a 180Hz touch sampling rate and a peak brightness of 430 nits.
On the other hand, the Reno5 Pro 5G only supports a 120Hz touch sampling rate, but has a larger screen size of 6.55 inches and a peak brightness of 500 nits. Apart from that, the Pro version also features a screen with curved edges, unlike the regular model which uses a flat screen.
Reno smartphones usually prioritize design as the main star, as well as the two Reno5 5Gs which now appear with a diamond-patterned design or OPPO calls it “Reno Glow 2.0” which according to the company is built using a crystal structure like a microscopic pyramid on the glass back panel which gives extra shine. .
This results in a color change from different angles of light as a result of the different refractive indexes of the thousands of nanofilm layers used. In addition, OPPO also coatings it with oleophobic which functions to reduce fingerprint smudges.
Moving on to the photography sector, both the Reno5 5G and the Reno5 Pro 5G carry a quad-camera setup on the back that is packed in a rectangular camera module complete with an LED flash.
The four cameras consist of a 64 megapixel main camera using a 6P lens with f / 1.7 aperture and support for electronic image stabilization (EIS) which is then combined with an 8 megapixel ultrawide camera and a pair of 2 megapixel cameras, each of which acts as a macro camera and a B & W portrait camera. .
Meanwhile, for taking selfies or video calls, we get a 32 megapixel camera placed in a small hole in the upper left corner of the screen which also supports the face unlock feature as an alternative to unlocking apart from using the fingerprint sensor embedded under the screen.
Another difference that you can find on the Reno5 5G and Reno5 Pro 5G is the hardware, even though they both support 5G connectivity. First, the Reno5 5G still relies on the Snapdragon 765G chipset from Qualcomm as used by the Reno4 5G Series.
As for the Reno5 Pro 5G, OPPO entrusts MediaTek’s Dimensity 1000+ which is technically more powerful built on a 7nm process. Accompanying the kitchen runway, both have RAM options ranging from 8GB or 12GB and internal storage between 128GB or 256GB, which unfortunately cannot be expanded.
Complementing the specifications, there is dual-SIM nano support, USB Type-C, Dolby Atmos certified audio which provides a more realistic and immersive surround sound experience and it runs the ColorOS 11 interface based on the Android 11 operating system.
Note that the Reno5 5G has Wi-Fi 5 and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The Reno5 Pro 5G doesn’t get a 3.5mm headphone jack, but it supports Wi-Fi 6 and has NFC which the regular model doesn’t have.
Meanwhile, to make it continue to be used in carrying out exciting activities throughout the day, the Reno5 5G is powered by a 4,300 mAh capacity battery and the Reno5 Pro has a slightly larger 4,350 mAh battery.
But both of them support the fast charging technology of 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 to ensure it receives power faster. In addition, they are also equipped with a reverse charging feature along with USB Power Delivery and an 18 Watt QuickCharge charger.