The visually appealing Oppo Reno 2 has been launched in the market and will be available for purchase from 28th September onwards. The main highlight of the phone is
its premium looks and the 4 camera setup along with its stylish popup camera integration in order to have a fully immersive display panel, which complements each other and gives the device an ultra-premium and futuristic appeal.
The Oppo has now stepped up his game and introduced the 4 camera setup. The Primary camera is of 48-megapixels coupled with Sony IMX586 sensor, the second on one the setup is a 13-megapixel telephoto lens, The third one is an 8-megapixel camera while the fourth one is a dedicated 2-megapixel monochrome lens. The front camera is a 16-megapixel shark-fin style elevating front camera.
The trend of extending the number of the camera on the device is growing exponentially in a short burst of time. Even though we are getting better results by the day, it seems hilarious that every other telephone manufacturer has nothing to innovate and all they can experiment is the camera device by upscaling the sheer numbers every other time.
Removing the camera from the equation, the device also has a 4000 mah battery and comes with fast charge support, which can easily get you through the day. The fast charger comes inside the box and one does not have to purchase it externally.
The screen is a 6.5-inch FHD+ Oled screen which produces amazing colors and contrast. The front is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 6 while the back has the protection of Gorilla Glass 5. The device is also missing for any kind of notch or similar feature and pulls off a full display without any kind of disturbance in between.
The device is secured with On-Screen-Fingerprint-Sensor which has been kind of a specialty of Oppo devices and also have face-unlock on the side. The device is running on Android 9 and operates on Oppo’s Color OS 6.1.
The device has a Snapdragon 730G quadcore processor and 8 GB of ram along with a storage of 256 GB, which gives you more than enough to run any kind of mobile application with ease no matter how much resources it drains.
One other thing that makes Oppo Reno 2 quite appealing is the color pallette on the back which is kind of black and a mix of luminous blue color, which seems as blue light is emitted from the back of the device.
The device is available in only two colors and there are no different variants with differentiated specifications. The colors are Luminous Black and Luminous Blue, which are indisputably impressive on the outlook. The device is priced at 36,990 INR, which can be considered a good price considering its Quad Camera competitors like Huawei P30 and Samsung Galaxy S10+, both of them which are priced almost double the cost of Oppo Reno 2. But on the other hand, it seems actually expensive in nature too when compared with e Samsung’s Galaxy A9 with Quad Camera setup which is priced at 28,000, which is significantly lower.