OPPO Reno3 Pro Review and Specifications, Reno is arguably one of the most shining OPPO series. Both in terms of presentation and product function. Reno appeared as a role model for the entire Oppo series in the middle class. And now, OPPO Reno3 Pro, seeks to make this series more shining.
OPPO Reno3 Pro is a series that is more powerful than Reno3. To make it clearer where it stands both in terms of specifications and price, Reno3 is the successor of the OPPO Reno2F series. While the successor of Reno2 is OPPO Reno3 Pro.
Carrying the tagline “Clear In Every Shot,” it’s clear OPPO Reno3 Pro relies heavily on camera capabilities. As in the previous OPPO Reno series that really stands out in this sector. In addition, the OPPO Reno3 Pro is powered by the MediaTek Helio P95 chipset to support its performance.
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OPPO Reno3 Pro Review and Specifications
The latest chipset from MediaTek is special because it’s the first time it’s been used in Indonesia by OPPO. On the other hand, it also raises new questions why not use Snapdragon as offered in the previous Reno2 series? This is what we are trying to explore in the following OPPO Reno3 Pro review.
The design OPPO Reno3 Pro
We made a review of the Oppo Reno3 design in a previous article. There we were less enthusiastic about the design of the Rp. 5 million cellphone. Especially on the use of water drop models for the front camera. Coupled with the color visualization of the cover is also rather bland. So naturally we are less enthusiastic about the design of the Oppo Reno 3 Pro.
But thank God we were wrong. Oppo Reno 3 Pro comes out with a better look. The front camera that we highlighted was a weakness in the previous design, totally changed on this smartphone. Oppo crammed the lens model together with the screen, the term punch hole lens. Not only one camera lens, but there are two lenses there. Dual punch hole lens for selfie. Still!
The punch hole camera design still keeps the screen from being maximized. But at least the edges of the bazel look firm without being indented. Placement in the left corner is strategic. Because this side is rarely the focal point or the main button in the game.