The Reno10 Pro+, like the Find X series, sports a big oval camera module and a MariSilicon X chip. Its glossy purple colour and light weight appeal to young people. The $600 price tag encourages a metal frame, but the plastic frame raises worries.
The 10 Pro+ camera is an improvement to OPPO's Reno series, including a periscopic telephoto lens and a 1/2-inch OV64B sensor. This telephoto lens improves focus in urban environments and prioritises the main camera crop for long-distance images in low-light situations.
The Reno10 Pro+ is powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 CPU that is suitable for most scenarios and performs admirably on Benchmark. It's optimised for gaming, with low temperature and battery consumption, and after 10 minutes, it locks the frame at 53fps, outperforming some 8 Gen 2 phones.
PERFORMANCE & GAMING
The screen of the Reno10 Pro+ is adequate, with a 1080P resolution, 1400nit peak brightness, and HDR effect. It also has ProXDR, which improves image quality. Only the Find X6 Pro has a better screen among OPPO phones.
The charging speed of the 10 Pro+ has been increased from 80W to 100W, allowing for a 27% charge in 5 minutes and a full charge in less than half an hour. Wireless charging is not available. With a powerful chip and a tiny size, the battery capacity stays at 4700mAh.
BATTERY & CHARGING
The Reno10 Pro+ is the second flagship phone in OPPO's growing Reno series. It offers features like weight, thickness, telephoto camera, and selfies to appeal to a particular target market.
OPPO RENO 10 PRO
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