Oppo Reno4 and Reno4 Pro: Four new teaser videos released

The new Oppo Reno4 and Reno4 Pro will be officially presented at a conference that will take place tomorrow, June 5, 2020. But as often happens with Chinese brands, Oppo has also decided to reveal some details on the devices in advance of the launch event . So here are several new videos from China which are nothing more than real advertisements; let's go see them together!

Oppo Reno4 and Reno4 Pro: Four new teaser videos released

Let's start with the first that shows us the smartphone in all its beauty. In particular, we see the new Oppo Reno4 (not the Pro version), although on the back the two smartphones should be identical.

The second teaser shows us instead what this device will be able to do, which like many other smartphones produced by Oppo will be mainly focused on photography. In fact, we have a comparison between an unidentified terminal that seems to record videos of poor quality if backlit, while the Oppo Reno4 seems to behave very well, keeping all the details on the subject thanks to the HDR feature also available in the videos.

The third advertisement focuses instead on optical stabilization. In fact, we can compare what has been recorded by a device without optical stabilization, against what Oppo's smartphone can do. With much sharper and less choppy videos.

Finally, we are shown two videos taken in low light conditions. Here too, the Oppo Reno4 series seems to dominate with much brighter and sharper images.

Recall that both the Reno4 and Reno4 Pro will be two 5G devices powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset. Additionally, several rumors suggest that the Reno4 Pro's screen is 6,55 inches diagonal; while the Reno4 will have a 6,43-inch display.

Oppo reno4 pro

Among the three rear cameras we will find a 48 MP primary camera which in the Pro version is supported by the OIS (optical image stabilization), then there will be a secondary 13MP with ultra wide lens and a 12MP with telephoto lens. The basic Reno4 comes with the same 48MP camera but without OIS, an 8MP secondary one and a 2MP depth sensor

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