The Oppo Reno10 Pro+ 5G is really comfortable to hold. It's the first thing I noticed when I picked it up. I like its slim frame and curved edges, but it's really what's inside that makes this a phone to consider. Its triple cameras take excellent photos and videos, especially in low-light, and I really like its portrait mode though there are some caveats.
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
- 12GB RAM, 256GB storage
- 4,560mAh battery, 100W SuperVOOC fast charger
- Cameras: 50MP, 64MP telephoto, 8MP ultra-wide, 32MP front
Housed in a raised oval design at the back, the Reno10 Pro+ features a triple 50MP main, 64MP telephoto camera, and an 8MP ultra-wide camera. Sure, it's not 200MP like the Xiaomi 13 Pro, or the more affordable Redmi Note 12 Pro+ 5G, but 50MP is more than sufficient. It uses a periscope design for the telephoto, which gives it a 3x optical zoom and up to 120x digital. To be honest, anything after 30x digital is kinda smeared. But 30x still gives you enough details and clarity.
Colours are bright and vibrant (though it may be a little too much if you're used to the more neutral tones of the iPhone). Bokeh Portrait mode shots really stand out, and the camera does a good job at retaining the edges of your hair without blurring it. You don't have to use it though, as the photo mode already takes really good images. The Reno10 Pro+ also has a beauty mode filter, which is surprisingly subtle at the default settings, though you can crank it up to max for those weird filtered looks. Low-light performance is also excellent, and night videography is great as well. You can shoot up to 4K 60fps, though that will eat up a lot of storage space.
While the cameras are impressive, the other parts of the phone are pretty good, too. It packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip, which is last year's flagship. And honestly, performance is great. I could play games such as Marvel Snap at the highest settings with no lag. The 6.74-inch AMOLED display is bright and vivid, while the speakers are loud, but clear. Battery life is great, too. Our video playback test showed that the phone lasted 12hr 53min. It will last a day of normal use, too.
With a S$1,149 price tag, the Oppo Reno10 Pro+ 5G isn't the cheapest Oppo phone you can get. It's certainly not a mid-range phone, either. But it is an affordable flagship that takes excellent pictures. Get it from Lazada or Shopee.
Note: Review unit provided by Oppo.
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