OPPO launched its first dual-mode 5G phone, the Reno3 series, which includes The Reno 3, Reno 3 Pro, and more, by the end of 2019. Less than half a year later, the next generation of Reno products has surfaced, and the machine is named Reno4. On May 13th, the Reno4 photo was exposed on Weibo.
As shown in the figure, the Rear Three Layout of the Reno4 is in line with the Reno3 Pro, and the third camera appears to have a camera on the right side, which may use a quad-camera scheme.
In addition, Reno4’s slogan “Super Night View Video, Shot New Night” hints at Reno4’s main night scene video shooting feature.
Back in last year’s Reno and Reno3 series, OPPO added video super-stabilization and exclusively optimized video shooting.
It is known to be equipped with Ultra Steady video super stabilization, known as HIS hybrid stabilization technology, supporting 5-axis stabilization.
Through multi-source sensor information fusion and anti-shake scene intelligent analysis, the gyroscope frequency increased by 200% to 300%, while in the algorithm, OPPO also through the 16:9 video frame input to the full size of the input, thereby improving the sampling rate, so that the anti-shake algorithm as far as possible to ensure the clarity of the picture.
With these techniques, even for running, skiing, skateboarding, roller coasters and other scenarios, your phone can still give you a sound-acting, chicken-like anti-shake video.
As a member of the next generation of Reno series, Reno4 is bound to continue the advantages of video super-stabilization, and is specifically optimized for night scenes, which is worth looking forward to.
As for core configuration, OPPO Reno4 is expected to be equipped with Qualcomm SnapDragon mid-range mobile platform, may be SnapDragon765G, may also be SnapDragon768G, support SA, NSA dual-mode 5G, standard 8GB of memory, do not rule out the possibility of providing 12GB of memory, and will support V flash.
In addition, the poster shows that the Reno4 features a dual-curved edge display, a refresh rate that is not unexpected lying at 90Hz, and the possibility of continuing the Reno3 series’ lightweight body design is something to look forward to. The aircraft is expected to be released next month, and we’ll see.