OPPO Reno10 Pro Review

OPPO Reno10 Pro

Last month, OPPO sent off their most recent age of Reno cell phones in India. The Reno10, Reno10 Pro, and Reno10 Pro+ are the three brand-new models included. We checked on the Reno10 Pro+ here, and viewed it as a decent telephone, yet overrated. The Reno10 Pro, on the other hand, is much less expensive but has fewer features. Could it at any point legitimize its sticker price of Rs 39999? Find out by reading on in my review.


Beginning with the layout. This is where the Oppo Reno10 Pro 5G legitimizes the lofty sticker price the most. The cell phone looks shocking. We get a pleasant bended OLED show front and center with the opening punch camera pattern. At the back, we get a pleasant bended glass back with an oval-formed camera module. To the surprise of no one, the speaker grille and USB type-C port are on the lower part of the edge, with the volume rockers and power button on the right half of the edge.

The Oppo Reno10 Pro’s curved display, glass back, and in-hand feel are all very high-end, and you can tell from the moment you hold it. Only the oval-shaped camera module received a range of opinions; some people liked it, while others did not. I for one like it since it gives the Oppo Reno10 gadgets their own unmistakable look. For our review, we received the color Glossy Purple, which is also quite pretty.


The presentation of the Oppo Reno10 Pro is likewise generally excellent. The smartphone has a nice, 120Hz-refreshing 6.7-inch FHD+ curved OLED display. The showcase goal is 2412 x 1080p, which comes around to a pixel thickness of 394ppi, meaning the presentation is sharp enough for a wide range of clients and you won’t feel any absence of detail or unpleasant edges on this presentation.

Coming to variety exactness, here likewise the Oppo Reno10 Pro showed awesome outcomes, yet wasn’t the most ideal we have found in this fragment. In the variety checker examination utilizing the Calman SpectraCal apparatus, the Oppo Reno10 Pro showed a typical DeltaE of 2.0 in the sRGB variety profile. This implies that the varieties you see on the cell phone are exceptionally near the genuine tones, and the safety buffer is extremely low.

The Oppo Reno10 Pro produced extremely impressive colors in the grayscale test. The smartphone produced very even RGB balance and very consistent results across the board. We were able to achieve one of the most impressive results in the sRGB color profile because there was no one color that was overpowering or overflowing.

Coming to brilliance, the Oppo Reno10 Pro has a guaranteed top splendor of 800 nits under the sun and up to 950 nits for HDR photographs and HDR10+ recordings. We put this to test utilizing a Lux Meter, and the cell phone showed a most extreme splendor of 934 nits on a plain white screen, which is splendid, since it is precisely around the numbers guaranteed by the organization.

Moreover, the 120Hz invigorate rate makes the showcase exceptionally responsive and very smooth. Looking at menus and applications is margarine, given the 120Hz revive rate. This display lacks LTPO technology, but that’s probably minor at this point because everything else about it is excellent.


Presently the exhibition is where I figure the Oppo Reno10 Pro doesn’t legitimize its worth by any means. The cell phone is fueled by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G chipset, which is over two years of age as of now. Although the Snapdragon 778G is a very nice and balanced chip, devices in this price range, such as the OnePlus 11R and the iQOO Neo 7 Pro, offer a proper flagship chip (Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1) from less than a year ago. This wouldn’t have been too bad.

True to form, the presentation numbers look miniscule when contrasted with a portion of the contending gadgets. On AnTuTu, for instance, the Oppo Reno10 Pro put out a score of 584215 places, which is close to half of what comparatively valued OnePlus 11R gave us and not exactly 50% of what the ₹5,000 less expensive iQOO Neo 7 Pro puts out. In point of fact, the smartphone’s numbers on AnTuTu were disappointing because they were closer to those of current budget smartphones.

In other computer chip based benchmarks like Geekbench and PCMark likewise, the Oppo Reno10 Pro gives a somewhat disheartening outcome, making the cell phone’s presentation numbers seem miniscule when contrasted with rivalry.

The Oppo Reno10 Pro failed to perform well in GPU-based tests as well. In 3DMark Natural life Outrageous, the cell phone scored lower than most gadgets, yet came in front of the Google Pixel 7a. In GFXBench, the gadget battled to stay aware of the opposition across the tests we ran on the gadget.


The telephone runs ColorOS 13.1 which depends on Android 13, and it is running the July security fix at the hour of this survey. OPPO guarantees just 2 years of Android redesigns and 3 years of safety refreshes, which is somewhat frustrating. At least one additional year of updates is offered by some smartphones in this price range.

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The story with ColorOS 13.1 is for all intents and purposes unaltered. The software feels smooth and fluid, and it still has as many features as before. The system theme, Always-on display, icons, and other customization options are abundant.

One significant disturbance with ColorOS I have now is the sheer number of pre-introduced applications and undesirable notices. There are a lot of apps on the list, and some of them have notifications that can’t be swiped away. For a telephone that costs this much, this is unsuitable.

The Reno10 Pro, like most smartphones these days, has a fingerprint sensor under the display. It was simple to enroll my fingerprint, and the sensor worked correctly during my review. ColorOS is compatible with a variety of features, including Privacy Safe and App Lock, and you can add up to five fingerprints.

The phone also supports Face Unlock, but I didn’t use it because it uses the front camera sensor.

A built-in sleep timer and basic music player come as the default. YTMusic comes preloaded as well.

As referenced previously, the telephone has a solitary base terminating speaker. Strangely, the less expensive Reno10 has stereo speakers. The single speaker performs poorly on its own. It gets nicely clearly, yet it very well may be effortlessly covered with your hand and that mutes it totally.

Sadly, neither Dolby Vision nor Dolby Atmos are supported. The presentation is HDR10+ fit, however, and it works while watching HDR content on YouTube and on Netflix. It also has Widevine L1 certification, which lets streaming apps play HD videos.

It has support for double SIMs with double 5G Backup. It is compatible with the following 14 5G bands: n77, n78, n38, n40, n41, n1, n2, n3, n5, n7, n8, n12, n20, and n28. It is compatible with Bluetooth v5.3, NFC, Wi-Fi 6E, VoLTE, and 4G LTE, as expected. It upholds transporter conglomeration too. There were no dropped calls, and the calls were clear. It supports GPS, GLONASS, BDS, Galileo, and QZSS for location.

The SAR esteem was accounted for as 1.127W/Kg for Head SAR and 0.372W/Kg for Body SAR.


Presently this is where the Oppo Reno10 Pro attempts best to legitimize its sticker price. The cell phone has a generally excellent triple back camera arrangement that comprises of a 50-megapixel essential shooter, a 32-megapixel zooming focal point, and a 8-megapixel ultra wide point shooter.

The camera execution out of the essential shooter is respectable, simply the pictures don’t appear to be extremely sharp and nitty gritty in the typical photograph mode. The cell phone takes pleasant photographs with a generally excellent unique reach, even in low light or in confounding lighting conditions. 90% of the time, the Oppo Reno10 Pro’s camera works really hard in getting things right. The shadows, the varieties, and the detail is right on the money the majority of the times. However, I did occasionally find that the photos lacked a certain level of detail and sharpness, but I mostly encountered this issue in low-light conditions.

My favorite is the telephoto lens with 32MP. The telephoto lens’s images are also of excellent quality. The zooming focal point works with up to 5X optical zoom and in legitimate light, the pictures in 5X are additionally sharp and lose no subtleties. The colors are well represented in the telephoto lensed images. Here additionally, the 5X zoom doesn’t appear to be as noteworthy in low light.

The Oppo Reno10 Pro’s portraits weren’t as good as I expected because it had a telephoto camera. The edge discovery isn’t awesome out there and on occasion, the emphasis regarding the matters is a piece delicate.

It is the super wide point shooter which is frustrating. The pictures from the super wide aren’t awesome. They lack sharpness, the colors are all dull and washed out, and all wide-angle images have an odd blur in the corners.


The Oppo Reno10 Pro has a good battery. The smartphone employs a variety of strategies, such as Oppo’s Battery Health Engine and the SuperVOOC S power management chip, to provide a strong battery backup. These strategies facilitate improved discharge efficiency, resulting in longer standby times and safer charging.

The battery reinforcement, nonetheless, is simply respectable. We get a 4,600mAh battery with help for 80W SuperVOOC charging. The Oppo Reno10 Pro doesn’t deplete battery accordingly. In fact, the smartphone used very little battery power when playing games, watching content, or even using GPS to navigate. Playing, for instance, Call of Duty: Only 3% of the smartphone’s battery was used for mobile browsing for 15 minutes. After 30 minutes of watching HDR videos on YouTube, only 4% of the battery was used up. At long last, GPS route for 1 hours in a row depleted just 8% of the cell phone’s battery, which is perfect.

The Oppo Reno10 Pro, on the other hand, only managed to last 742 minutes during our video loop test because of the smaller battery unit. Even though this number seems a little less when compared to some of the other smartphones in this price range, 742 minutes equals 12 hours and 22 minutes, which is pretty good.

While the battery reinforcement may not be awesome, this is likely the quickest 80W charging I have encountered on any cell phone. The Oppo Reno10 Pro charged from 0% to 100% in only 28 minutes! This isn’t just really quick for 80W quick charging, however even beats some 100W quick charging cell phones (chiefly in view of the more modest battery size)! Magnificent stuff.


The Reno10 Pro feels like the ignored center offspring of the most recent Reno series. The greater part of the top of the line highlights have been saved for the Reno10 Pro+, while the cost of the Reno10 Pro remains almost something similar. The phone has a good display, a long battery life, and a decent camera system, so it does provide a solid experience. However, it faces stiff competition from Realme, Nothing, OnePlus, and IQOO. They generally offer better specs at comparable or lower costs. I would possibly suggest this telephone on the off chance that your financial plan is Rs 40,000 and assuming you truly like OPPO’s ColorOS and their picture camera impacts.

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