Oppo has been trying a variety of back cover manufacturing processes with different textures on the recent generations of Reno series phones. Coming to the new Reno7 series this time, they played a different trick again. This time Oppo has adopted the so-called “aerospace-grade star and rain lithography process” on the “Star Wish” version of Reno7 and Reno7 Pro. With its blessing, the glass on the back of the new phone can also show frosted particles. Fine twill effect like a meteor shower. At the same time, the rear camera area also enhances the sense of dislocation with a look that resembles the real Vivo “cloud level”. There is a ring of “star ring” breathing lights around it to enhance the recognition of the product, and it also echoes the ceramic color-plated mirror ring next to the main camera. For users who don’t want to be so “dreamy” in appearance choices, the factory also provides black and gold versions with crystal diamond matte back covers.
The weight of Reno7 and Reno7 Pro are 185g and 180g, respectively, and the thickness is 7.59mm and 7.45mm respectively, which can be regarded as very thin and light 5G mobile phones. Both are equipped with FHD+ panels, the size is 6.43 inches and 6.55 inches, the update rate is 90Hz, and the touch sampling rate is 180Hz and 240Hz. Among them, the Reno7 is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor, and the Pro model uses the MediaTek Dimensity 1200-Max chip, which further enhances the game characteristics compared to the standard version of Dimensity 1200, the Max version. In addition, both phones have NFC, and Reno7 Pro also has dual speakers and X-axis linear motors.
Both phones have built-in 4,500mAh batteries that support 65W wired charging, both use LPDDR4x RAM, and the storage is UFS 2.2 and UFS 3.1. The 32MP new sensor IMX709 used by the selfie camera in the upper left corner of the screen was jointly developed by Oppo and Sony, using the RGBW solution announced by the factory in the middle of the year. Oppo claims that its light sensitivity has increased by 60% and can reduce noise by 35%. It also has hardware-level DOL-HDR, which is expected to bring better backlight shooting performance. For the rear camera, Reno7 chose a 64MP (it seems to be OmniVision’s photoreceptor) main camera, 8MP ultra wide-angle and 2MP macro camera. The Pro model will use 50MP IMX766 CMOS on the main camera, and the other two cameras are also a combination of 8MP ultra wide-angle and 2MP macro.
In addition to Reno7 and Reno7 Pro, Oppo did not launch a stronger Pro+ model this time, but instead brought a lower-positioned Reno7 SE. It is in the same line as the entire series in terms of design language, but there will be sacrifices in terms of texture. It is equipped with a Dimensity 900 chip and a 6.43-inch 90Hz FHD+ OLED screen. The battery is still 4,500mAh, the selfie camera is 16MP, and the back is a 48MP main camera, 2MP macro and 2MP black and white camera. This phone will be available in 8+128 and 8+256 models, priced at RMB 2,199 and RMB 2,399. Reno7 will add a 12+256 version on this basis, and the three-stage configuration will be priced at 2,699, 2,999 and 3,299 yuan. The Pro model has only 8+256 and 12+256 options, and the price is 3,699 and 3,999 RMB. The pre-sale of the new machine will start on the mainland today.
While releasing the mobile phone, Oppo also updated a series of accessory products. The first is the Enco Free2i true wireless headset, which can achieve up to 42dB of adaptive active noise reduction according to the structure of the user’s ear canal, supports touch, has a comprehensive battery life of 30 hours, and has double-tap remote shooting and smart dual-link functions (the follow-up will be through the firmware Update to some old Enco headsets), the initial price is 399 RMB. Then there is the Enco M32 neck-mounted headset priced at 199 RMB, which has a built-in 10mm dynamic coil unit, and has 28 hours of battery life and IP55 waterproof performance. In addition, R1 TV has also launched a new version of Music Enjoy, which supports HDR10+ and Dolby sound effects, and has 30 speakers tuned by Dynaudio. The 55-inch and 64-inch models are priced at RMB 3,999 and RMB 4,999, respectively.