Reno 4 Pro
The Reno 4 Pro 5G has a very stylish look with several features that make it an attractive option as well as a 65W fast charging feature.
Fast Talk (Reno 4 Pro)
The next generation of Oppo’s mid-range Reno family is here, themed
The Reno 4 Pro 5G is the next generation of the Reno family, with a luxurious design that matches the appropriate specifications while having an attractive mid-range price.
The previous generation Oppo Reno 3 Pro performed average, albeit with
The Reno 4 Pro 5G has some changes compared to the previous version,
as there is now a more efficient processor and as the phone also includes SuperVOOC 2.0 65W charging technology.
It is considered a thinner and lighter phone than the previous version,
and it features a design covered with glass and metal, which gives it a comfortable feeling in the hand.
As for the screen, it has a vibrant 6.5-inch AMOLED screen,
it can display deep blacks and vivid colors across a wide range of viewing angles,
so you won’t have a problem displaying the screen at medium to low brightness levels at all.
The phone also has a good battery, at 4000 mAh for about a day, and the charging is very fast.
In terms of performance, the Reno 4 Pro 5G has a Snapdragon 765G at its heart, capable of handling intense games and a decent bout of multitasking.
This phone is priced around £ 699.99 / AED 2,499 (approximately $ 900 / AU $ 1,250).
Reno 4 Pro Design: very Thin and smooth
The elegant and distinctive appearance of the main features of the Oppo Reno 4 Pro 5G phone,
as it is characterized by a luxurious design and a luxurious feeling,
it has a Gorilla Glass 6 curved screen in the front to the back glass
with a single repeated letter from Oppo and a frame made of shiny aluminum.
Extremely portable, it is extremely thin at 7.6mm and lightweight only 172g,
so we recommend placing the bundled silicone case on the phone where it can get slippery.
Because it is thin, you can easily access the power button neatly placed on the right side with your thumb.
For the bottom, the bottom contains a speaker grille, a USB-C port, and a dual SIM tray, but it doesn’t have SD card slots for extended storage, and there is no headphone jack.
And on the back of the phone, there’s the base around the triple-lens setup and then the lenses protruding from the base, and this bundled case gives you a little bit of protection.
Reno 4 Pro Bright display
As for the screen, the Reno 4 Pro 5G has a 6.5-inch AMOLED screen with an aspect ratio of 20: 9 and a resolution of 1080 x 2400.
Upon testing, we found that the screen is vibrant, showing you deep blacks
and vivid colors that are easy to see across a wide range of viewing angles,
so you will happily enjoy watching your favorite movies and shows.
The phone has a very high brightness, the screen is quite clear at medium to low brightness.
The screen in this phone is tall, and this gives it a wide screen for media
and games and more space for content when scrolling,
but it is not always comfortable when watching YouTube videos or content designed for 16: 9.
The edges around the curved screen are thinner, which would give the phone an almost all-in-one look,
and it also has a refresh rate of 90Hz, which is a very welcome addition
Among the features that are included in the screen is the presence of a fingerprint scanner
on the screen that opens the phone quickly and with high accuracy,
and there is also a “face unlock” feature, which is fast.
Cameras: wonderful modes for photos and videos
This phone has a triple lens rear camera ,so that primary lens is a 48 megapixel shooter , using Sony’s imx 586 sensor.
my shots are captured at 12 megapixel resolution by default,
but that still means you get plenty of detail packed in there.
but if for whatever reason you do want to get that maximum 48 megapixel resolution on the go, that’s nice and easy.
you also get a 12 megapixel ultra wide angle lens, this time with a custom imx 708 sensor from Sony.
and apparently it’s supposed to be quite good in low light especially
when it comes to video although switching between the primary and the ultrawide angle lens.
photo results definitely appear a little bit warmer than they are in real life.
and last up that final lens here on the Oppo Reno 4 pro 5g is a two times optical zoom telephoto lens which also offers a five times hybrid zoom.
so it’s good news if you want to get nice and close into your subject, even when they’re a little bit further away.
we’ve got the full selection of bonus camera mods like the portrait mode.
If you want to shoot night mode videos, you’ve got that option as well.
It looks like that is compatible with the ultrawide angle lens and hopefully the telephoto lens as well.
if you want to shoot a bit of video, you can do that full HD resolution at either 30 or 60 frames per second.
otherwise dive on into the settings you can change that up to 4k Res, but only at 30 FPS.
with the video mode, you’ve got the usual ultra steady effort
as well if you’re going to be sort of running around and shooting at the same time.
you’ve also got an ultra night mode as well which is supposed to be really good for filming in those little light scenarios.
And finally you’ve got the 32 megapixel selfie cameras, and it comes with the usual portrait smarts and everything as well.
Software: A lot of features
The Reno 4 Pro 5G has the ColorOS 7.2 driver, which is based on Android 10,
and has many features, for example “Icon pull down”,
a feature that presses all application icons on the screen in one corner only with a simple gesture,
and this feature is from It makes it easy to access hard-to-reach applications.
But there is no dedicated one-handed mode though, as you still have to pull down notifications and quick settings by swiping down from the top.
Ali also includes the Bloatware feature, and this includes experimental features
such as creating custom ringtones, a relaxation app, and a resolution spinner,
but there are only a few third-party apps that can be uninstalled quickly.
When we told the phone, we found a wonderful feature, which is the floating bar,
which is a smart sidebar installed on the edge of the screen, which displays a list of tools
and applications that you want to access quickly by swiping on the bar from the edge of the screen.
The operating system also has an Always-On screen,
which shows you the time, date, battery percentage and notification icons at a glance,
and it also provides you with Dolby Atmos support to improve the sound along with some sound modes.
Battery Life and Charging
As for the battery in the Reno 4 Pro 5G phone, it is amazing, and the company has
also included the best SuperVOOC 2.0 flash charging technology in its class of 65 watts,
which can charge the battery in half in less than a quarter of an hour, so this is impressive.
The phone battery is 4000mAh, and with moderate to heavy use, you will easily get a one-day use.
We have tested the phone in continuous browsing of the web and social media,
broadcast video with high brightness, and games, and the phone was able to withstand us until the end of the day.
But of course, screen brightness and games have the biggest impact on battery drain,
but to conserve battery you can try power saving modes in battery settings,
as it allows you to use only 6 specific apps and Super Night-time Standby
which consumes less than 2% of the battery during the night. For about 8 hours.
As for charging, unfortunately there is no wireless charging,
but the inclusion of very fast charging makes up for this shortcoming.
Great Performance with good specs
As for the overall performance of the Reno 4 Pro 5G, it has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor, and it has a decent 12GB of RAM, making things very responsive.
The phone gives you the ability to download applications quickly, and the phone can handle multi-tasking and intense games with relative ease compared to most mid-range phones.
When testing games, we ran PUBG with Ultra HDR settings, and completed the experience without problems except for the occasional low frame rate.
And we noticed that the games were better with the refresh rate of 90 Hz that was triggered to get more elegant movement and graphics,
and the phone provides you with the ability to modify your gaming experience using “Game Space”, which can enhance the gaming performance of the supported games.
As for strength, the test achieved average performance with 614 single-core and 1803 notches multi-core on Geekbench 5.
We also found that a phone can usually handle intense workloads,
so the performance is more than adequate for regular daily use.
But the thing we didn’t like is the lack of a microSD card slot on the phone, as this means that you will not be able to expand the built-in storage space.
There’s also no headphone jack, and you’ll be mainly dependent on the bundled USB-C earbuds or you can find a pair of Bluetooth headphones.
One of the advantages that the phone has, is the support for 5G,
and this means that you can take advantage of the speeds of the next generation network when it becomes available near you.
One of the main features of the Oppo Reno 4 Pro 5G is its elegant appearance, thanks to its glass and metal construction.
It is also distinguished by its long and slim shape that makes it sit well in your hands,
but if you have a small hand, you will feel uncomfortable, but despite this it has curved edges around the back,
which gives it a comfortable grip for one-handed operation.
The other advantage is the Reno 4 Pro 5G screen, which is bright and vibrant, which is great for wide screen videos.
As for the camera, the Reno 4 Pro 5G has a night mode and it gives you well-lit photos with better details.
It has a Snapdragon 765G processor, which is a good chipset that can handle most tasks,
but if you are looking for the perfect performance, this is not for you.