OPPO Reno5 F Review and Specs

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OPPO Reno5 F Review and Specs. Earlier this year, I assessed the OPPO Reno5, a great phone with a beautiful style, terrific screen, pleasing efficiency, decent cam, as well as great battery life. Fast forward to April, the OPPO Reno5 F was officially introduced in Malaysia. I’ve been making use of the phone for rather time currently, and also it’s time for the complete testimonial.

OPPO Reno5 F Review and Specs

Design.

The front of the OPPO Reno5 F looks rather comparable to the Reno5. It has a 32MP hole-punch front-facing electronic camera on top left corner. As usual, the phone has a thick chin near the bottom.

Comparable to the Reno5, the power button lies on the best side, while the left side has the SIM slot and also volume rocker. Near the bottom, it has a 3.5 mm audio jack, USB-C port, and also a mono audio speaker grill.

The back of the phone is rather typical, which has a slope of black, not the same one-of-a-kind appearance as the Reno5. My review unit is the Fluid Black version, rather very easy to see the finger prints.

Display.

The OPPO Reno5 F sports a 6.43-inch Full HD+ 60Hz AMOLED display. Yup, it doesn’t have a 90Hz rejuvenate price like the Reno5, yet at the very least it has an AMOLED panel. Unsure whether it coincides one as the Reno5, yet I notice that the Reno5 F display is much less saturated contrasted to the Reno5’s.

Performance.

Powering the OPPO Reno5 F is a MediaTek Helio P95 cpu with 8GB RAM as well as 128GB storage space. Without a doubt the Performance won’t be like the Snapdragon 765G on the Reno5, yet it’ll do the job with minor hold-ups occasionally. In terms of video gaming Performance, most visuals demanding video games can be played at an appropriate framework rate in medium settings.

OPPO Reno5 F Specifications

  • 6.43-inch Complete HD+ 60Hz AMOLED display screen
  • MediaTek Helio P95 processor
  • 8GB RAM
  • 128GB storage
  • Electronic cameras
  • Back: 48MP primary + 8MP ultra-wide + 2MP depth + 2MP black and white sensing unit
  • Front: 32MP
  • 4,310 mAhmAh battery with 30W VOOC Flash Charge 4.0
  • ColorOS 11.1 (Based Upon Android 11).

Software program.

The OPPO Reno5 F runs on ColorOS 11.1 based upon Android 11. It has the very same software application experience as the Reno5, which means you get all the same features such as Personalizations, OPPO Relax application, FlexDrop, as well as the Video game Room app.

Electronic camera.

The OPPO Reno5 F packs a quad-camera setup on the back– 48MP primary + 8MP ultra-wide + 2MP deepness + 2MP grayscale sensing unit. Essentially, it coincides cam setup as the Reno5, but the main electronic camera is now a 48MP sensing unit.

  • Ultra-Wide.
  • 12MP Key.
  • 48MP Main.
  • AI Shade Picture.
  • Evening Mode.

Photo high quality normally is quite similar to the Reno5, but the Reno5 F currently has the AI Shade Picture attribute that wisely highlights your subject’s natural shades while transforming the background white as well as black. Images taken with the ultra-wide electronic camera tend to have a softer detail and also warmer white balance. Click on this link to see all the electronic camera examples.

Battery Life.

The OPPO Reno5 F packs a 4,310 mAh battery and also it sustains 30W VOOC Flash Fee 4.0. It’s not the 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 like you found on the Reno5, which means you won’t obtain the rapid 35 minutes to full billing speed. Based on my examination, billing this phone from 15% to full took around 80 mins. In terms of battery life, the phone can last with a day or two with greater than 7 hours of battery life. That’s better than the Reno5 as it has a 60Hz refresh price, less effective cpu, and also a little larger battery.

Final Words.

Retailing at RM1,199, the OPPO Reno5 F is a toned-down variation of the Reno5 with a typical layout, lower display rejuvenate price, and less powerful efficiency. If you assume that the Reno5 runs out budget plan, this is in fact a great selection, however you will need to settle with the slower performance. I personally believe that the electronic cameras are the same. In fact, the Reno5 F in fact has more features!

Yay

  • Remarkable display screen.
  • Wonderful battery life.
  • Extra affordable.

Nay

  • Doesn’t look excellent as the Reno5.
  • Unimpressive performance.
  • The macro, and mono cameras, are not that valuable.