The Reno3 and Reno3 Pro smartphones are the third generation of the Reno series and come with MediaTek SoCs except for the 5G model.
The Pro model features a premium side-by-side dual-punch-hole display. Attractive with curved-edge screen
The Reno3 has a sleek design and decent performance.
Reno3 & Reno3 Pro
For those who want to use Reno3 all day long and use the internet on two different devices. Relax while listening to music and watching movies. You can choose to play the game.
It has a 1,080p display. The 48MP camera system is ideal for entertainment and full of AI features for photography enthusiasts.
That said, what would be the reason for choosing 3 Pro? The two phones are generally the same, but in practice there are some enhancements for the Pro.
|Screen Size||6.4” (84% Screen-to-body Ratio)||6.4” (87.4% Screen-to-body Ratio)|
|Resolution||1,080 x 2,400 (441ppi)||1,080 x 2,400|
|Protection||–||Gorilla Glass 5
6.4 ”Screen At 1,080p, it uses the same display with better brightness (nits).
OPPO claims to have a 500nits Typical and a 1,200nits Max, so flagship users can opt for the Reno3 Series.
This is because the Brightness can be used in bright environments and is ready for those who want to take camera performance to the next level.
The primary sensor is now 64MP, and the aperture is 1.7, so the Pro model delivers good performance in normal low light and night shooting.
Although both smartphones use 48MP and 64MP primary lenses, one of the same functions is the Ultra-clear 108MP shooting mode.
So you can capture more detailed and beautiful images in good lighting conditions, and the same 13MP Telephoto Lens quality allows you to shoot at 5x Optical Zoom and 20x Digital Zoom.
Enhanced with AI for the popular Night Mode photography, it features Imaging Time and Multi-frame A.I Noise Reduction features for better Night Mode Shots on both phones.
The main difference between the 2MP Macro Lens and the 3cm Macro Shot is the Primary Lens.
The Pro model’s 64MP lens is larger and has an aperture of f / 1.7, which in theory allows for more subtle shots in low light.
|Primary||48MP f/1.8 (26mm)||64MP f/1.7 9(27mm)|
|Telephoto||13MP f/2.4 (52mm) 2x Optic||13MP f/2.4 (52mm) 2x Optic|
|Ultra-wide||8MP f/2.2 (13mm)||8MP f/2.2 (13mm)|
|Macro (Depth)||2MP f/2.4||2MP f/2.4|
|Selfie||44MP f/2.4 (26mm)||44MP f/2.4 (26mm)
2MP f/2.4 (Depth Sensor)
In terms of selfie photography, you’ll notice that the Pro has a dual selfie lens.
The same thing applies with the 44MP Primary Lens, but with the addition of the Pro model feature, the Dual Lens Bokeh feature.
Another thing to mention is the MediaTek SoC. The Helio P90 and P95 are mid-range chipsets that can be used for both entertainment and gaming performance.
If you want to focus on multi-tasking and loading in terms of performance, you can opt for the Pro model with Helio P95.
|Helio P90||Helio P95||Snapdragon 712|
|CPU||2×2.2GHz A75 & 6×2.0 A55||2×2.3GHz A75 & 6×1.7GHz A55|
|GPU||PowerVR GM9446||Adreno 616|
|RAM||8GB LPDDR4X||8GB LPDDR4X|
|Storage||128GB/256GB (Reno3 Pro) UFS 2.1||128GB Storage UFS 2.1|
|GeekBench 4.0 (Single)||1,994||1,969||1,858|
|GeekBench 4.0 (Multi)||6,162||6,617||5,975|
This is a general overview of the two smartphones and suggests tips for those who want to buy.
Behind the P90 and P95 are the Kirin 960 and 970 SoC, followed by the Snapdragon 712; Better performance than the 675.
Both phones have 4,025 mAh (Milliampere per Hour) Capacity. The Reno3 comes with VOOC Flash Charge 3.0, so you can charge up to 50% in 30 minutes in 30 minutes.
The Pro model uses VOOC 4.0 technology and can be recharged at 50W in 20 minutes due to the improved high-current charging time.
Both VOOC technologies already have the TUV Rheinland Safe Fast-charging System Certificate in place for safe use.
Both smartphones feature an Optical Under-display Fingerprint Reader for security features, similar to the AMOLED display.
According to OPPO, the system is improved and can unlock smartphones in 0.34s.
Dolby Atmos is an add-on for entertainment.
Both phones also feature stereo speakers and support for Hi-Res Audio for better sound quality.
The only thing left to do here is that the Pro model has Netflix support, so you can still enjoy 1,080p HD movies on a good smartphone screen.
In summary, these are devices that can be used as a mid-range phone, judging by the selling price (Reno3 MYR 499,900 Kyats, 3 Pro MYR 599,900 Kyats).
The Reno3 is a versatile smartphone that can be used around 500,000.
In terms of performance, for normal use; These are some of the most powerful smartphones in the world, as they can be used to play games and customize the internet.
The Pro model has a higher SoC and Super AMOLED panel, so you can enjoy better images. The 64MP quad camera system lets you shoot pro-style shots, and you can choose between a better performer smartphone.
In other words, if you want to use it as a versatile phone, the Reno3 is for you. If you focus on entertainment, photos, I conclude by saying that if you enjoy video editing, you should consider Pro.
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