OPPO Reno10 Pro+ Bringing a new experience of free imaging to more people

OPPO Reno10 Pro+ offers new free imaging experience to more people

After the release of the OPPO Find series, the freedom brought by “imaging” has attracted the attention of many consumers. How to further popularize the experience of free imaging? OPPO’s answer is to bring a good experience to the Reno series, which has the widest audience and is most favored by mainstream users. As OPPO’s main product line and sales force, the Reno series has continuously strengthened its imaging, appearance design, and performance during its iterations.

OPPO Reno10 Pro+

The new OPPO Reno10 series naturally gathers OPPO’s latest thinking. As the top model in this series, the OPPO Reno10 Pro+ brings together many new technologies of the Reno series, and it also takes the experience of the Reno series in imaging and portrait photography to new heights.

Since the appearance of the Reno series, helping users take better-looking and more textured portraits has become the development direction of the OPPO Reno series.

OPPO Reno10 Pro+

Taking good portraits of the people around us is a basic need for all of us. For this reason, many people start to seek various strategies or seek the help of professional photographers. If you often browse photography strategies or skill sharing, you will find that many people recommend using 2X or 3X to shoot portraits, that is, using the “telephoto end” of the mobile phone. Compared with the default 1X of smartphones, the shooting field of view of the telephoto end is narrower and it is easier to focus on the subject being photographed. Even if you don’t know how to compose the picture, you just need to focus the subject in the center of the picture, and then easily press the shutter to get a good-looking close-up photo.

Using OPPO Reno10 Pro+ for photography

Being able to easily take a good photo makes it easier to receive positive feedback, and this positive feedback also encourages us to continue using our phones to take photos. To achieve this, the focus of the OPPO Reno10 Pro+ upgrade is on the telephoto end. With a 64-megapixel periscope lens, it also gives more possibilities for portrait photography. This lens has a focal length of 71mm, which is perfect for shooting half-body portraits.

Taken with OPPO Reno10 Pro+

Taken with OPPO Reno10 Pro+

Taken with OPPO Reno10 Pro+

The telephoto lens of the OPPO Reno10 Pro+ belongs to the commonly used “medium telephoto” in photography. When using this focal length to shoot, not only is the subject highlighted, but also a portion of the background is retained and a natural blurring effect can be obtained. Most importantly, this focal length allows beginners to quickly capture the images they want, greatly reducing the difficulty of photography.

When using high magnification zoom in daily life, slight shaking of the hands can affect the final image quality due to the narrow field of view. Therefore, OPPO has introduced the floating prism technology in the telephoto lens of the Reno10 Pro+. Even with slight shaking, the image in the viewfinder remains stable when shooting with the telephoto lens. The great advantage of this design in the shooting process is to improve the success rate of the shot, and it also brings more obvious benefits when shooting in low-light scenes that require longer shutter speeds.

Shot with OPPO Reno10 Pro+ (3X)

Shot with OPPO Reno10 Pro+ (6X)

The stronger anti-shake ability also gives more space for this high-pixel lens to show off. We can also use the zoom lens to capture clear close-up shots. This time, the OPPO Reno10 Pro+ has added a default 6X mode, which is quite suitable for shooting close-up portraits with its powerful anti-shake ability.

Shot with OPPO Reno10 Pro+ (6X)

Since the release of the OPPO Find X6 series, many people have had a renewed understanding of the “correct relationship between light and shadow.” Establishing the correct relationship between light and shadow when shooting portraits not only makes the photos look more three-dimensional but also increases a sense of naturalness, reducing the calculated feeling.

Shot with OPPO Reno10 Pro+

Shot with OPPO Reno10 Pro+

In OPPO’s view, natural portrait photos are not simply about brightening the face and using aggressive skin smoothing. Rather, it is through light and shadow that the clear changes in highlights and shadows are presented, making the photos more three-dimensional. As with the portrait photo in the previous paragraph, in an environment where the transition between light and shadow is more pronounced, the OPPO Reno10 Pro+ can accurately reproduce the changes in the light and shadow of the subject’s face, which is more natural than simply brightening and smoothing the skin.

Shot with OPPO Reno10 Pro+

Shot with OPPO Reno10 Pro+

Due to the limited internal space of smartphones, “computational photography” has long been a standard feature of major phones. However, good computational photography not only needs to eliminate the flaws caused by hardware limitations, but also should use powerful algorithms to make users unaware of the existence of computational photography. This time, OPPO quickly lowered the Ultra Night Mode Imaging Engine from the Find X6 to the best-selling Reno series. This powerful computational photography technology can capture more light and calculate the main light of the subject based on algorithmic ability to restore the real light and shadow relationship, making photos look “less like they were taken on a phone, but rather like they were taken on a camera.”

Of course, all of this also requires a high-quality screen to present it in front of us. The screen of Reno10 Pro+ inherits all the technologies of the Find X6 series and brings a brighter and clearer picture through a Find X6 series dynamic light and shadow screen.

The screen of OPPO Reno10 Pro+ uses the same dynamic light and shadow screen as the Find X6 series

When taking photos with OPPO Reno10 Pro+, the phone will record up to 12 million photon point information, and by raising the brightness of the part of the picture that exceeds SDR, all high dynamic range information in the picture can be preserved and better presented on this screen. After taking a photo, click the “ProXDR” button in the album to feel the stunning light and shadow of HDR imaging through the contrast of the picture.

The screen of OPPO Reno10 Pro+ supports “ProXDR”

Of course, the correct light and shadow relationship needs to “brighten where it needs to be bright”, so its screen does not globally brighten, but dynamically enhances the brightness of the picture. Moreover, the peak brightness of this screen is as high as 1400 nits, which is enough to bear the rich brightness information in the picture.

The Reno series is the most widely recognized series under OPPO. Over the years of continuous updates and iterations, it has formed its own philosophy of tactile sensation. Through multiple iterations, the OPPO Reno series has consistently kept the body width within a comfortable 74mm, greatly improving the grip sensation.

OPPO Reno 10 Pro+

Of course, thickness and weight are also factors that the Reno series needs to consider. If the focus is solely on improving camera capabilities, which in turn leads to a thicker and heavier phone, it would naturally deviate from the original design intention of the Reno series. In the industry where “thin and light” has become a consensus, OPPO Reno 10 Pro+ has benefited from the iterative upgrade of technology. Through miniaturization of the module technology, it has further improved stacking efficiency. While accommodating the periscope lens, it has also managed to keep the thickness and weight at 8.28mm and 194g, successfully breaking through the industry problem of balancing periscope lens and thinness.

The thickness and weight of the OPPO Reno 10 Pro+ are controlled at 8.28mm and 194g.

Not only does the Reno series offer a great tactile sensation, but it also demonstrates OPPO’s control over color and craftsmanship, adding a touch of elegance to the product. Following the “Sunset Melody” color in the previous Reno 9 series, OPPO has brought us the latest “Brilliant Gold” color in the Reno 10 series. Through the use of the “Golden Sand” process, a texture is formed on the glass surface from the inside out, bringing not only a silky and delicate touch but also avoiding the impact of fingerprints on the back of the phone.

OPPO Reno 10 Pro+ “Sunset Melody”

As for the other “Twilight Purple” color scheme, it is a new texture color for the Reno series. The soft purple back panel adds a touch of mystery to the whole machine.

OPPO Reno10 Pro+ “Twilight Purple”

From the perspective of exterior design, the lens area should be the best stage for the industrial design team to show their talents. In order to fit the temperament of the Reno series, the engineers chose the design language of “Window of View”, which greatly increased the texture by combining the texture of glass and metal. At the same time, the size of the rear three-camera combination is also quite appropriate. It does not take up too much space on the back panel like the current flagship image, but rather simplifies it as much as possible, keeping the size of the image system within the reasonable range of Reno.

“POWERED BY MariSilicon”

If you look closely, you can also see the words “POWERED BY MariSilicon” hidden in the “Window of View”, which also shows the help of OPPO’s self-developed image-specific NPU chip MariSilicon X to the image. It is this chip and the cooperation with the Snapdragon 8+ that provide computing power support, enabling the OPPO Reno10 Pro+ to achieve the correct light and shadow relationship.

As for the actual grip feel, the OPPO Reno10 Pro+ will not feel heavy or “top-heavy”. Through the 3D hyperboloid body, the curvature of the back panel and the screen is highly symmetrical and conforms to the shape of the hand holding it, still retaining the familiar Reno flavor.

The positioning of the Reno series is “light flagship”, which not only requires a light and stylish appearance, but also leading performance. In today’s growing smartphone replacement cycle, the “performance redundancy” provided by large-capacity operating memory can bring more lasting use time.

OPPO Reno10 Pro+ equipped with large memory

This time, OPPO Reno10 Pro+ continues to popularize large-capacity memory. The large-capacity operating memory of up to 16GB has long been the ceiling level in the industry. Coupled with the ColorOS supercomputing platform in ColorOS 13, it can further enhance the smooth experience through two core technologies: memory gene recombination and renewal storage technology.

Thin and light body with large-capacity battery

On the basis of being thin and light, OPPO Reno10 Pro+ also has a built-in 4700mAh dual-cell long-life large battery, which has enough lasting use time. In addition, this time OPPO also adopted the 100W long-life version flash charging, and its battery health engine can slow down the loss of battery capacity. The official said that even after 1600 charging and discharging cycles, its available battery capacity is still greater than 80%.

With powerful performance and eye-catching design, flagship phones have always been the focus of consumers’ attention and discussion. As OPPO’s lightweight flagship series, the OPPO Reno10 series has been comprehensively upgraded, allowing more consumers to enjoy flagship-level experience.

What makes me even more happy is that the Reno10 Pro+ has not forgotten its consistent characteristics while benefiting from new hardware and algorithms. Thin and light with large battery, smoother and more durable, this is enough to become a new machine favored by mainstream users in the current market environment.

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