Telset.id – Oppo launched its newest product, Reno3, in March 2020 yesterday. As we know, the Reno series from Oppo always features sophisticated camera features, as well as the Reno3 device this time.
Come with tagline Clear in Every Shot, Reno3 promises a capable camera capability in all photography modes. Where this device is equipped with four main camera sensors that are carried, as well as a 44MP selfie camera.
However, Oppo Reno3 itself is not the successor of Oppo Reno2, which was released in 2019. Oppo Reno3 has become the successor of the Oppo Reno2 F series, which is also a replacement for the Oppo F Series.
This time the Telset.id Team will present a complete review of the Oppo Reno3 smartphone. Surely we will not only review cameras that are the advantages of Reno3, we will also do a complete test in all aspects. Intrigued by the overall capabilities of this device? Check out the following review of Oppo Reno3!
The Reno3 design may look more conventional than the previous series, the Reno2 F. Unlike previous generations who have a futuristic design with pop-ups camera selfie and also the color gradations are very riveting, Reno3 actually looks much simpler than that.
Reno3 only carries a punch-hole design on the screen and selfie camera, setting aside the mechanical selfie camera design of the previous generation.
Reno3 itself actually carries the concept of the design theme of the sky's sparkling light, with three color choices that are presented, namely Midnight Black, Sky White and Auroral Blue. For our Oppo Reno3 unit review has the color Midnight Black.
The color shown is really simple, only looks black glossy without any form of light reflection that is usually presented by a variety smartphone brand currently. So this makes the Oppo Reno3 look like a simple smartphone color smartphone three years ago.
Visually it might not be so special, but clearly for ergonomic matters, this smartphone deserves to be appreciated. Because Reno3 has a body that is fairly slim for the screen size offered. This can be felt from the first time holding this device.
Reno3 feels very fit in the hand, where this device has dimensions of 160.2 × 73.3 with a thickness that is also fairly minimal, namely 7.9mm. It's certainly slimmer compared to the Reno2 series.
And this slim body seems to be the reason why Oppo no longer presents the selfie camera concept with a mechanical system. Because mechanical camera systems require more space on the device, which of course will increase the size of the dimensions of the device itself.
Discussing the design would not be complete if it does not discuss the matter of the screen. Because the screen is also an aspect that can be seen from the outside directly. For the screen, Reno3 uses a 6.4 inch AMOLED panel with FullHD + resolution. This is certainly a little smaller compared to the Reno2 F which uses a 6.5 inch screen.
But for the screen ratio is bigger than the previous series, where Reno3 carries a cinematic screen ratio of 20: 9. Ratio Screen-to-body-it has also increased to around 90%, from 85% previously. This also makes the bezel on the smartphone thinner.
This AMOLED screen also certainly provides visual pampering eyes. In scope Outdoor with bright lighting, this smartphone screen with a very high brightness level can provide excellent visibility.
Of course the resulting color looks very sharp. This smartphone screen is also equipped with a fingerprint under display feature, which can open the screen with a count of 0.34 seconds.
As for the rear section, as discussed earlier, Reno3 looks very simple. There are only four cameras arranged in the upper left corner, with a large LED flash on the side, and the OPPO logo mounted on the lower right corner. At the edge of the body of the device curved to the frame, so that makes this smartphone fits in the user's knuckles.
Turning to the slot and buttons, Reno3 still uses power on the right hand side and the volume button on the left. On the left side there are SIMcard and MicroSD slots available as well dedicated.
Then on the bottom side, there is a 3.5mm audio jack hole, USB Type C port, microphone and also speaker grill. At the top there is also microphone second, ensuring that the user's voice is not obstructed when making phone calls.
Overall, it can be concluded that the design of the Oppo Reno3 no longer accentuates the aesthetic side like the previous series. But the Oppo Reno3 further emphasizes the ergonomics or comfort of wear for its users.
Moreover, Oppo really wants to offer a capable mobile photography experience through this new smartphone, so the convenience of wearing will be very meaningful for users when doing photography activities.
Oh yes, for the sales package, Oppo Reno3 has accessories including Guidebook & Warranty Card, Jelly Case, 30W VOOC3.0 Charger Adapter, USB Type-C cable, ejectro SIM and headset.
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