OPPO Reno 5 Pro+ 5G release: SD865 chipset and Sony IMX766 image sensor, starts from ~RM2,486
After seeing all the rumours, the long-awaited OPPO Reno 5 Pro+ 5G has finally arrived today. Other than being the last device with the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset for this year, the Reno 5 Pro+ also sports a Sony's high-end IMX766 image sensor. We bet that those tech specs have already gotten you drooling for this new smartphone.
The OPPO Reno 5 Pro+ comes with a 6.5-inch FHD+ curved display that has a 90Hz high refresh rate. Under the hood, there goes a considerably large 4,500mAh battery that has up to 65W fast charging support. The device has a three dimensional VC liquid cooling system as well to avoid it from heating up.
Coming to the highlight, the quad-camera setup on the rear is built with a 50MP primary camera, 16MP ultrawide-angle lens, 13MP telephoto shooter, and a 2MP macro shooter. This time, OPPO has equipped the primary camera with Sony's IMX766 image sensor for better camera performance. It is said that the sensor can intake 63.8 percent more light compared to the IMX586 sensor. That means users will get to take brighter and clearer photos or videos with the device. On the front, a 32MP sensor is housed in a punch-hole cutout for selfies and video calls.
The OPPO Reno 5 Pro+ 5G is priced at 3,999 Yuan (~RM2,486) for the 8/128GB variant and 4,499 Yuan (~RM2,796) for the 12/256GB variant. It will be available in two colour options which are Black and White. Other than that, there is also a collaboration with artist Joshua Vides for a limited edition of the device that is priced at 4,499 Yuan as well. The Reno 5 Pro+ will be officially on sale starting from 22 January 2021 in China. For local availability, we might have to wait longer as usual.
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