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OPPO RENO 10x Zoom enters Sri Lanka


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  • Amidst much global buzz over pivot-rising selfie camera and 10x hybrid optical zoom

 

OPPO has finally launched RENO 10x Zoom Sri Lanka – art of OPPO’s new flagship RENO series, which garnered much global buzz recently. 

The biggest highlight of the OPPO RENO 10x Zoom is of course its 10x lossless hybrid optical zoom, a fact that is within the name of the smartphone. OPPO RENO 10x Zoom also has the pivot-rising selfie camera, another highlight of the smartphone.OPPO RENO 10x Zoom is priced at Rs. 159,990 and will be available in Jet Black and Ocean Green colour variants. To recall, the OPPO RENO 10x Zoom was first launched in China last month, and then launched in Europe earlier this month alongside OPPO RENO 5G.

The OPPO RENO 10X Zoom runs ColorOS 6 based on Android Pie. Further, the new phone also have HyperBoost performance enhancements, including Game Boost 2.0 acceleration engine with Frame Boost and Touch Boost accelerations to enhance mobile gaming experiences.

There is a 3D curved glass protection to omit camera bumps. There is also an O-Dot ceramic point at the back of the phones to slight left the camera when placed on a flat Surface. This helps to protect the lens to some extent. Moreover, the OPPO phones have an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor featuring a ‘Shark Fin’ pivot-rising selfie camera design.

The OPPO RENO 10x Zoom comes with a 6.6-inch panoramic AMOLED display. The smartphone is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 855 SoC, paired with 8GB RAM options.In terms of optics, the OPPO RENO 10x Zoom has a triple rear camera setup that includes a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 (0.5-inch) sensor along with an f/1.7 lens and laser autofocus. The camera setup also comprises a 13-megapixel secondary sensor with a periscope telephoto lens on top and an 8-megapixel tertiary sensor with a super wide-angle lens.

As demonstrated at MWC 2019 in February, the camera setup of the OPPO RENO 10x Zoom offers apart from 16-160mm full focal length coverage which enables 10x lossless optical zoom, a 60x digital zoom as well. There is also dual OIS support to reduce jerkiness in images. Furthermore, the handset supports optimisations such as noise reduction, HDR support, and artificial intelligence (AI) based Ultra Night Mode 2.0 and portrait mode.

Alongside offering tons of features for still shots, the OPPO RENO 10x Zoom has various video recording-focused offerings. The phone supports 4K 60fps video capture with OIS support. It also uses the three-microphone setup to enable features such as audio zoom recording and 3D surround audio capturing.

For selfies, there is 16MP pivot rising front camera with front-facing soft light which opens out in just 0.8 seconds, tested to last 200,000 openings and closings. Front facing soft light allows to take selfies even under low light conditions. The phone also has five portrait modes.The OPPO RENO 10x Zoom has a 256GB of inbuilt storage as well as the 8GB RAM. Connectivity options include 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, dual GPS, NFC, and a USB Type-C port. Last but not least – one of the most sought-after features is that the phone is power-packed with a 4,065mAh battery and shipped with the popular VOOC 3.0 support.


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