Oppo introduced the Reno10 trio in May, followed by an international unveiling several weeks later. We recently finished our Oppo Reno10 Pro review, and now it is time for the vanilla Reno10 to get the same treatment.
Luckily, we got the Ice Blue variant, which has a nice overlay glow in all the colors of the rainbow, depending on how the light hits the back panel. The retail box features a 67W SuperVOOC adapter and a proprietary charging cable.
The Oppo Reno10 is supposed to be an affordable midranger, but we are getting some premium vibes from the handset. Its relatively light body and 2.5D curved screen offer a comfortable grip and feel in hand, and the 6.7” AMOLED is big and bright.
This is a rare phone in this class with three proper cameras – 64 MP main, 32 MP telephoto with 2x zoom and 8 MP ultra-wide. It is also the first vanilla Reno device to ditch the borderline useless 2 MP sensors.
The full review is already underway. We will investigate how much better the camera experience is with three functional cameras and soon, we will have our verdict on whether the $400 price tag is justified.