The Oppo Rebo Pro is one of the newest handsets from Oppo. It comes packed with features that one would find in a high-end smartphone. The company claims to have made the biggest improvement to the way wireless networks are managed since their conception. Now, all an individual has to do is put in the SIM card and enjoy the benefits of a reliable mobile phone service. However, do these claims to live up to the expectations?
While there was a noticeable increase in the power on the 5G model from Oppo, it seems like the difference in power levels is not enough to justify the extra cost. For some this might be enough, but for others the difference in performance might be too pronounced. The battery life of the Oppo Rebo Pro is only average at best. Despite having a higher memory capacity than its predecessors, the Oppo Rebo Pro doesn’t seem to be able to hold on to much usage at all. The power on the device seems to run down pretty quickly even when the screen is off. The overall speed of the device is very good, but if you want to make use of everything that it has to offer, you will need to buy the Oppo Rebo Pro accordingly. oppo reno6 pro 5g
In this review I will be looking at the performance of the Oppo Rebo Pro global variant. Like its predecessor, the 5G version is manufactured by Oppo and has a lot of neat features and a great look. It also comes with a color OS which is based on Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) out of Google. There are only a few changes from the standard Oppo Rebo Pro, like a bigger size, an expandable memory, a faster CPU and a few more customizable options.
With the global variant, the main improvements that can be seen over the standard version are the improved camera and video quality and the increased memory capacity. For the video quality, the Oppo Rebo Pro is compared to the iPhone 6s Plus, which is one of the better phones when it comes to video quality. It is however a bit slower in video recording and has a slightly smaller battery than the Plus models. The color temperature of the screen is slightly colder than that of the Plus models which may increase battery life slightly but is insignificant when comparing.
With the increased memory and the new color processing engine of the Oppo reno6 for 5g, the picture and video quality are just about on par with the iPhone. There is a slight difference when it comes to zoom, exposure, and other video options, but this is very minor. Other than that, the iPhone has taken the lead when it comes to the main camera sensor, display quality, and in general performance.
In general, the Oppo reno6 pro 5g offers pretty good performance for its price. The camera is not as refined as the iPhone but it still manages to capture just as many details, including in low light conditions where the Plus models struggle. The phone also offers a slightly clearer and brighter display than the iPhone, but even then, the iPhone has a clear advantage in terms of overall performance. If you are looking for a phone with a strong camera and decent display, the Oppo Rebo Plus is definitely worth considering, especially if you plan to use it in low light conditions.