In the Italian panorama, we know Oppo for its Find X3 range available in Lite, Neo and Pro versions, or for its entry-level phones with a particularly aggressive price, such as theOppo A94† The company has today expanded its range with two new smartphones from the name Reno 6 and Reno 6 Pro.
Both models are all betting on the video package with professional portrait mode, real-time bokeh display and a special real-time focus tracking function. Not only that, they are 5G compatible, offer a custom ColorOS interface and have a fairly similar design. Let’s discover it together!
Oppo Reno 6
Despite the name, it has two unique video features that the Reno 6 Pro lacks. The first is a portrait mode that, thanks to AI technology, can display everything around the subject in black and white. The second is a super slow motion video mode which shoots up to 960 frames per second at 720p.
Otherwise we are dealing with a classic smartphone with a thin (7.59 mm) and light (183 g) design and an anti-fingerprint coating. The OLED screen displays a diagonal of 6.43 inches for an FHD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 90 Hz. It is also protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5.
The photographic department shows three sensors, a main 64 megapixel, a secondary (ultra wide angle) 8 megapixel and a 2 megapixel macro. On the front is the selfie camera with a 32 Megapixel lens.
In terms of technical specifications, we can count on a SoC size 900a 4300 mAh battery (65W fast charge), 8 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage.
Oppo Reno 6 Pro
Reno 6 Pro proposes the specifications of its little brother, but stands out for the presence of a 6.55-inch curved screen and an increased thickness that reaches 7.99 mm.
The photographic department is adding a sensor for a total of four. The main one is from 50 Megapixel, the ultra wide angle from 16 Megapixel, the macro from 2 Megapixel, while the latter is a 13 Megapixel telephoto lens that can guarantee an X2 optical zoom.
The Pro model will also be more powerful as it will be equipped with Qualcomm’s high-end Snapdragon 870 chip and 12 GB of RAM. The storage has also been revised up to 256 GB.
OPPO .’s satisfaction
OPPO’s satisfaction with the launch of the new products can be clearly read in the words of: Adolfo Binni, Head of Product Marketing OPPO Italy†
The Reno series is a testament to the brand’s innovative approach. This new range offers all users the opportunity to become a true digital creator, thanks to the careful work in the photo and image sector. The new smartphones even have camera functions that have never been experienced before and are supported by AI algorithms such as the first Bokeh Flare portrait video, AI Highlight Video and other specific functions that allow you to capture DSLR quality videos and much more. The new OPPO Reno6 series allows everyone to express their creativity and communicate their emotions easily with a smartphone. We are once again proud to concretely demonstrate to our consumers the dedication and passion that OPPO puts into creating its products. We want to offer our customers excellent, innovative and advanced products, but also exclusive opportunities: until October 20, 2021, when purchasing OPPO, the user will receive Reno6 Pro included in the OPPO Enco X price, with a commercial value of 179,90 €, OPPO Band Style, with a commercial value of €69.90 and a silicone sleeve with a commercial value of €29.90. By purchasing Reno6 instead, again until October 20, 2021, OPPO Enco Free2 with a trade value of €129.90 and a case with a flash function with a trade value of €49.90.
Prices and exit
The Reno 6 will be available from Thursday 9 September 2021 for 499 euros. Two colors are available: Arctic Blue and Star Black.
The Reno 6 Pro costs 799 euros and will be available in Arctic Blue or Lunar Gray.