OPPO Reno and OPPO Reno 10X Zoom Edition in the images: find the difference

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Huawei’s flagship P30 Pro could dominate the headlines at the moment with its 50X digital zoom, but we will not lose sight of the latest OPPO smartphone that comes with a decent 10X zoom on one of the models.

OPPO Reno was announced yesterday in China and is presented in a standard edition with a Snapdragon 710 chipset and a 10x zoom edition that includes a Snapdragon 855 chip set.

Both models look very similar but there are some differences in their designs. These pictures of the standard version of Reno and the 10x zoom version of Reno will help you choose the differences. OPPO Reno

Both models have the same design on the front but with different screen sizes. The 10x zoom edition includes a 6.65-inch AMOLED screen, while the standard model has a smaller 6.4-inch screen. Both screens are almost without bevel, without any form of screen carving.

The Reno models use a similar design of an emerging camera with 16 MP shark fins for selfies. The positions of the power button on the right and the volume controls on the left side of the screen are consistent on both models.

In addition, both the standard 10X Reno and the Reno zoom versions are equipped with USB-C ports and the SIM card slot is located on the left side of the USB-C port, while on the right is a speaker grille. opo reindeer zoom 10x

The design of the back panel is where you will find most of the significant differences between the design of both models. The main highlight of the 10x zoom model is the 10X hybrid zoom technology it offers.

Three rear cameras are packed; a 48 MP high-definition main camera + 13 MP periscope telescope + a super wide 8 MP lens. At the same time, the device uses double optical image stabilization (OIS), triple focus and can shoot a true and clear 10x zoom photo without a tripod.

For its part, the Reno standard comes with a dual camera configuration, since the 10x zoom function is missing. The OPPO Reno standard edition includes a 48 MP + 5 MP dual camera module supported by OIS on the back. You can see more photos of the model below.

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