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The Oppo Reno2 Is Right On Par With Other Flagship Phones Thanks To These Features

The Reno Series is a game-changer for Oppo’s smartphone offerings. After a couple of years of releasing mostly mid-range smartphones through the popular F and R series, Oppo makes a triumphant return to the flagship game with the Oppo Reno and Oppo Reno 10x Zoom, which offer us a combination of unique and stylish design, camera prowess as well as flagship-level specs. And it proved to be hugely successful, so much so that we now already have the second iteration of the Reno family, barely five months later.

The Oppo Reno2 finally arrives on our shores following its unveiling at the end of August. It has all the trademarks of the Reno DNA that is instantly recognisable – the sleek, notch-less design with a “shark fin” pivot camera and of course, the camera capabilities. The Reno2 packs even more camera goodness than its predecessor from the inside out. Take a look at all of its best features.

1.   48MP Quad Camera

While the Oppo Reno offers two rear cameras and the Reno 10x Zoom has got three, the Reno2 takes things up another level by packing in a total of four. Besides the main 48MP camera and 8MP ultra-wide angle lens, the new additions are a 13MP telephoto lens as well as 2MP monographic (black & white) lens. With so many cameras in tow to take advantage of, you will be able to capture a variety of picture styles and expand on your photography skills.


2.   Handy photography features you will love

While the Reno2 can’t go bonkers like the Reno 10x Zoom in terms of pure zooming range, it is still able to do 5x hybrid zoom and up to 20x digital zoom. Its 5x hybrid zoom provides an entire combination of zooming lenses, including a wide-angle lens, primary camera, and long-focus lens, with respectively equivalent focal lengths of 16mm, 26mm and 83mm. Together with image fusion technology, zoomed-in pictures can still appear crisp and clear. This is a feature you will love if you are a frequent concert-goer and love to share your concert snaps on social media.

Besides that, the Reno2 also introduces the new Ultra Dark Mode. It is an AI feature that gets activated automatically whenever the camera detects the surrounding brightness going below 5lux (the standard unit of measure for illumination of a surface at a given point). The results are bright and clear photos in every low- light condition and the best thing is its effortless.


3.   Smartphone videography to the next level

If you are more of a videography, you will also find much to like about the Reno2. The device offers three useful video-centric features that will help in any video-recording instances. Ultra Steady Mode combines both Optical Image Stabilization (IOS) and Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) to produce steady-looking shots, which are perfect if you constantly record outdoor activities with lots of movements. Meanwhile, Bokeh Effect Video, like its name suggests, helps apply background blurring to video for stylish yet professional-looking results by creating a richer sense of depth. Audio Zoom is a cool little feature which lets you pick up and amplify the sound of your subject matter simply by zooming in on it. For budding YouTubers who mostly record using their smartphones, the Reno2 would be the perfect device suited for their needs.


4.   Sunlight AMOLED Screen optimized for all occasions

We spend almost all of our time with our smartphone looking at its screen so it is crucial that it gives the best viewing experience to our eyes. The Reno2 comes with an improved Sunlight AMOLED Screen which offers sufficient brightness in all conditions, even in bright outdoor environments. It not only extends the screen service life by 50% but also reduce power consumption by 6%. At night, it has blue light filtering to protect user’s eyes and ensure comfortable viewing with as much as a decrease of 37.5% in blue light compared to the first Reno phone. In fact, the Reno2 is the first smartphone to be recognised with the full care display certification from TUV Rehinland.


5.   Gaming-enhanced performance

Despite all the focus on camera, the Reno2 is no pushover in the specs department either. It has as much as 8GB of RAM and a base storage of 256GB, ready to store all the beautiful photos and videos you will take. It is also a fairly capable gaming device, with a gaming-enhanced Snapdragon 730G chipset that boasts an additional 15% graphics boost over the Snapdragon 730. The Hyper Boost 2.0 technology also helps in optimising the gaming experience by increasing performance while at the same time saves battery through balancing performance and power consumption. As with any Oppo flagship phone, the Reno2 features VOOC 3.0 Flash Charge technology so charging the device back up in a jiffy is not a problem while you go on your busy life.

The Reno2 will officially go on sale on October 26 for RM2,299 in Luminious Black and Sunset Pink color options at every Oppo Concept Store, Oppo official dealer stores, Senheng, senQ, DirectD and ThunderMatch as well as through telcos Maxis, Celcom and Digi. It will also be available online at Oppo’s official website, Lazada and Shopee. Pre-ordering will get you the best deal as it comes with an extended one year Screen Protection Warranty and Oppo Reno exclusive bag with total worth of RM318. You may pre-order from now till October 25 at all the aforementioned outlets and online platforms.

Oppo Malaysia will be kicking off a roadshow for the Reno2 happening on October 26 in Sunway Pyramid where you can get even more perks if you purchase the phone there. On top of the one-year Screen Protection Warranty and Oppo Reno exclusive bag, you will also be getting a VOOC powerbank (worth RM269) and Oppo’s brand new Enco Q1 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones (worth RM599) for a combined value of RM1,186.


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