Oppo announced on their new flagship phone – the Reno5 Pro Plus. The new phone comes with 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 camera, quick charge of 65 watts, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset and up to 12 GB RAM.

The new flagship phone comes with 6.55-inch Full HD+ 2400×1080 AMOLED display, refresh rate of 90hz, support HDR10+ protocol and has fingerprint sensor under the display.

On the top left side of the screen, we can find punch-hole for the selfie camera which has 5 lenses and 32 megapixels. The selfie camera support video recording of up to 1080p and 30fps.

Source – Oppo

On the back of the phone 4 front cameras:

  • Main camera with 6 lenses, Sony IMX766 sensor, 50 megapixels wide and support OIS and EIS.
  • 2nd camera 16 megapixels ultrawide.
  • 3rd camera 13 megapixels telephoto, 5x optical zoom.
  • 4th camera 2 megapixels macro.
Source – Oppo

On the hardware section the Reno5 Pro Plus comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset which includes 8-cores processor that can clock up to 2.8Ghz.

Along with the chipset, the phone comes with 8 or 12 GB LPDDR4x RAM and fast storage technology UFS 3.1 with 128 / 256GB.

The battery of the phone is 4,500mAh and support quick charge. The flagship model support 5G, WIFI 6, Bluetooth 5.2 and NFC, and will run Oppo’s operation system – ColorOS 11.1 that is based on Android 11.

Source – Oppo

Oppo Reno5 Pro Plus will be available in China on December 29th .

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