Wed. Jan 26th, 2022

Oppo today unveiled a number of new products at its product launch event, including the Oppo Reno 7 Series, new additions to the Enco earbuds lineup and the Smart TV. But the star of the show was apparently the Oppo Reno 7 series, which caused a lot of buzz last week due to a lot of leaks and teasers. However, with the launch, the suspense is now open as all the details about OPPO Reno7, Reno7 Pro, and Reno7 SE have been revealed.

First and foremost, the Oppo Reno7 series brings a fresh design but overall retains the boxy rectangular build that was first introduced in the series with the Renault 6. However, the bezel has been significantly reduced this year, bringing the Pro variant’s screen-to-body ratio to 92.8%.

An upgrade has also been seen in the back panel of the series. The “aerospace-grade lithography technique” has a beautiful mesh design on the back and a new visual experience.

And finally, the Renault 7 Pro comes with a much talked about notification light around the camera, which, obviously, should be the best use of a tall camera module. It also lights up incoming calls, incoming messages, charging and playing.

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However, there is more to offer in the new phone, we have listed all their specs below. See you too

OPPO Reno7 Pro
The OPPO Reno7 Pro is clearly the most expensive model in the series and is powered by MediaTek’s flagship Dimension 1200-Max chip. It comes with a full HD + 6.55-in OLED screen with a refresh rate of 90Hz. The phone has a 4500mAh battery and supports 65W charging. The phone comes with a Star-Ring Breathing Light, which measures 158.2 x 73.2 x 7.45mm and weighs only 180 grams. To control the heat, the phone was paired with a superconducting vacuum VC liquid cooling that is an ultra-density graphite sheet. The phone also has an X-axis linear motor and dual stereo speakers.

But perhaps the biggest highlight of the device is the camera. A flagship-level 50MP f / 1.8 Sony IMX766 sensor is used for the primary lens, which OPPO calls ‘omnidirectional focusing’. It is connected by 8MP Ultra-Wide + 2MP macro camera. The next 32MP IMX709 sensor is a “hyper-sensitive cat-eye lens developed jointly with Sony.” It comes with a host of advanced features and offers the best low-light performance by reducing noise.

The price according to this variant is:
8GB + 256GB – ($ 579) (Approximately Rs. 43129)
12GB + 256GB – ($ 626) (approximately Rs. 46630)

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OPPO RENO 7
The OPPO Reno7 is powered by the Snapdragon 778G mobile platform and offers 8 + 128/8 + 256/12 + 256 RAM and storage variants. It has FHD + 6.43-in OLED screen with 90Hz refresh rate. Its front camera also uses a 32MP IMX709 (f / 2.4, RGBW) sensor, while the rear is made up of a 64MP main camera (f / 1.7) + 8MP ultra-wide + 2MP macro lens setup. The phone has a 4500 mAh battery, weighs 185 grams and measures 156.8 x 72.1 x 7.59 mm. Like the Pro, it also comes with an advanced heat control system.

The price according to this variant is:
8GB + 128GB – ($ 422) (approximately Rs. 31,434)
8GB + 256GB – ($ 469) (approximately Rs. 34935)
12GB + 256GB – ($ 516) (Approximately Rs. 38436)

OPPO Reno7 SE
The OPPO Reno7 SE is equipped with a MediaTek Dimension 900 chip and uses a 90Hz 6.43-inch OLED screen. The rear camera module includes a 48MP (IMX581) primary + 2MP macro + 2MP portrait sensor. The device measures 160.2 x 73.2 x 7.45 mm and weighs 171 grams.

The price according to this variant is:
8GB + 128GB – ($ 344) (approximately Rs. 25624)
8GB + 256GB – ($ 375) (approximately Rs. 27933)

Reno7 series boots up to ColorOS 12 based on Android 11. The three devices have only been launched in China so far, but the global release should not be too far away.

OPPO Smart TV R1 Enjoy Edition
At the launch event of the OPPO Reno7 series in China, the company also unveiled the Oppo Smart TV R1 Enjoy Edition Smart TV, an upgrade to the vanilla Oppo Smart TV R1, which was released in 2020. The latest Oppo TV has a metal unibody design. It comes with a 55-inch / 65-inch DLED LCD panel with 3840×2160 pixels (4K) with 1.07 billion colors, 93% DCI-P3 color range, 1.5 color accuracy, low blue light mode and OCEE color enhancement engine.

What’s special about the new TV …
– The TV also supports popular HDR standards like HDR10, HDR10 + and HLG. In addition, the 65-inch MEMC has a 60Hz refresh rate.

The television is powered by two different quad-core MediaTek chipsets. The 55-inch model has a quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 CPU, while the 65-inch has a quad-core ARM Cortex-A73 CPU. GPU (ARM Mali G52 MC1) and RAM (2GB) are similar in two variants but storage is different. Smaller models have 16GB less storage compared to 32GB storage in the larger variant.

– Either way, both the Oppo Share and Brino variants run the ColorOS TV operating system with NFC-enabled voice remote control for Virtual Assistant. Both have dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth and a far-field microphone.

Common ports on the two size variants include 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x DTMB and 1 x LAN. Speaking of unusual ports, the 55-inch model has 3 x HDMI 2.0, a coaxial digital audio port and 1 x RCA. The 65-inch variant, on the other hand, comes with 3 x HDMI 2.1 (one of which is eARC compatible), an optical digital audio port, and a mini 3in1 AV.

Finally, the specialty of this television is its speakers. It has dual 15W speakers with a maximum output of 30W. These speakers are paired with Dynadio and they support Dolby Audio.

How much does the latest smart TV cost?
The Oppo Smart TV R1 Enjoy Edition will be sold in China at a lower price. The television will first go on sale on November 30.
55-inch – ($ 626) (approximately Rs. 46630)
65-inch – 4,999 (783) (approximately Rs. 58325)

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