The front camera posed a huge problem whenever smartphone manufacturers aimed to create a full-display smartphone. Apple gave a notch to the industry. Samsung came up with four types of infinity display but Oppo has surpassed all of these with an under-screen camera. The company made an unbelievable promise and delivered it. The hidden lens technology debut alongside a new mesh talk calling system. The front camera is there, in front of us, hidden under the display, allows you to take a selfie. There is no notch, no pop-up, or some fudge to mask the camera hole.
Oppo teased the in-display camera in early June and then promise a closer look soon. Oppo and other Chinese manufacturers have introduced other way of hiding front-camera like cut-out notice, punch-hold or pop-out cameras. There was some concern about pop-up camera reliability though, as it depends on the mechanical functionality of the device. You might wonder why no one has thought about it before Oppo. Actually, the technology to achieve this isn't easy. The display isn't a simple one in fact. It is made of a special enhanced translucent panel material which is specially customized for the camera. Then there are processing algorithms which do things like haze removal, HDR, and white balance tweaks.
The result is a completely new technology for front-facing cameras. It is capable of taking selfies just like any other smartphone. Now when we have a close look at the design, we know that it looks stunning but we don't' know about the final quality of the picture taken by this device. The fact that you are trying to take a snap from behind a display can cause a loss of quality. There could be some noise or loss of resolution of the display where the front facing display is place near the phone.
The OPPO Reno mobile features a 6.4" (16.26 cm) display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and operates on Android v9.0 (Pie) operating system out of the box. The Oppo Reno is powered by Octa core (2.2 GHz, Dual core, Kryo 360 + 1.7 GHz, Hexa Core, Kryo 360) processing chip. It comes with 8 GB of RAM. Although to keep running such a large display it has 3765mAh which doesn't seem enough. The screen to body rato is 56.23% and has AMOLED display.
The key selling point of Oppo Reno is its photography ability. It has tried to remove the limit the optical zoom in mobile phone. A 48MP ultra-clear main camera, 13MP telephoto lens and 8MP wide-angle lens make up the Reno 10x Zoom tri-lens setup. Because of these three lenses with different focal ranges, this achieves a full bandwidth of 16-160mm, an effective focal length 10 times that of an ultra-wide-angle lens. The tri-camera setup complemented by dual OIS for ensuring stability even when fully zoomed on hand-held operation. It has Exmor-RS CMOS Sensor supporting a resolution of 8000 x 6000 Pixels and the front snapper is powered by a Exmor-RS CMOS Sensor. Other sensors include Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer.
Oppo Reno is powered by a Sony IMX 586 48MP ultra-clear camera. Its 1/2.0'' ultra-large sensors and f/1.7 ultra-large aperture along with MFNR and HDR software algorithms, which protects pictures from getting over-exposed and create stunning details even in low-light. Due to AI portrait optimization for night photography the device can differentiate between subject and its background at night, ensuring a professional photo. For security it has on screen fingerprint sensor. The phone comes with fast charging and it supports dual SIM, GSM, Dual VoLTE, The device is available in Jet Black, and ocean green. For graphics, it uses a Adreno 616 GPU which helps to make video games run smoothly. For network connectivity it has Wi-Fi, Blutooth, USB, and GPS.
Today, we get to see a new High-end Oppo handset, the Oppo R1C. Sone leaked photos revealed this upcoming smartphone, the R1C is rumored to pack a Full-rear Sapphire Crystal Glass, but this is yet to be confirmed.
So, the Oppo R1C features a 5" 720p display and runs on the Snapdragon 615 chipset with an octa-core Cortex-A53 processor and 2GB of RAM. The rest of the rumored specs include a 13MP rear and a 5MO front camera, 16GB expandable storage and LTE connectivity.
The Oppo R1C is also rumored to go official on January 14 with the Oppo U3. With all of these new devices coming from China these days it sure will be one very interesting January.
The Oppo N3 is going to be unveiled on October,29th. We expect that the manufacturer will introduce two separate models. One, made with stainless steel, is expected to be strong enough to keep the Oppo N3 in its original shape.
The other model will employ an aluminum-lithium alloy that is lightweight, but tough. The main feature of the phone is the 13MP swiveling camera that allows for 13MP front "selfies" to be shot.
The rest of the specs include a 5.9 inch screen with a resolution of 1080 x 1920. A quad-core Snapdragon 805 CPU is under the hood, and 3GB RAM is inside. The unit will use the VOOC flash charger, which allows the battery in the phone to quickly recharge to 75% full in just 30 minutes.
Oppo is reported to release the Oppo N2 successor before 2015, Today, We got some press rendered images of the upcoming Oppo N3 from GSM arena, please note the the photos may be just fake. As you can see, a very weird design from Oppo with large display and roll-camera.
These photos show a phone that's impressively thin, save for a bulbous circular section above the screen that houses the rotating camera and dual flash module along with a speaker on the side, possibly twinned on the opposite side for stereo.
Beneath the screen you can just barely see Oppo's usual capacitive navigation buttons. The body looks like aluminum, but that could just be the matte grey coloring.