Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G Review: In-depth

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Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G Review

Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G Review


The Oppo Reno 10 Pro replaces the OnePlus 11R, iQoo Neo 7 Pro, and the OnePlus Nord 3 5G in India.

The main difference between OnePlus Nord 3 , OnePlus 11R , and iQoo Neo 7 Pro is that they’re all priced at less than the price of Rs. 40000 in India and are geared towards offering flagship-quality performance. The premium mid-range market has also seen an increase in phones recently, and if the choices weren’t enough, then there’s the latest Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G to complete the lineup. Its price is. 39,999 The Reno 10 Pro 5G sits between the base Reno 10 5G and the premium Reno 10 Pro+ 5G.


While most competitors offer value-for-money features, the Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G comes with a few tricks off its sleeves that make it stand out from the crowd. Is it worth buying? This is our complete report to guide you in making a decision.


Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G Review: Price

The Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G is available in India as one storage option. It has a capacity of 12GB RAM and 256GB storage, priced at 39,999 rupees. 39,999.


Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G Review: design and display

The Oppo Reno 10 Pro has been released in two color choices — Silvery Grey and Glossy Purple. The latter is the one we have, which is quite unique compared to other phones launched in green tones and black. The phone features a curved back panel and frame. The back glass is a highlight of this phone. Oppo Reno 10 Pro offers an exceptional feel when held. What makes this even better is the slim and lightweight design. This Reno 10 Pro is about 7.89mm thick and weighs around 185g. There have indeed been times that the phone slips out of my hand because of the smooth finish of the phone’s back.


The Oppo Reno 10 Pro is very attractive. The colors and the design make it appear like a higher-end smartphone. The metallic shine also is effective in covering up smudges and fingerprints. While the back panel is composed of glass, the frame is plastic. The phone features volume and power buttons at the top of the screen and is easy to access with large hands.


On the front of the phone, Oppo Reno 10 Pro has a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with an HD+ resolution (2412 pixels by 1080 pixels), and it has a 20.1:9 aspect ratio. Similar to other phones like the Vivo V27 Pro and 11R from OnePlus, as well as a couple of budget-friendly options like that of the Motorola Edge40 , The screen in Reno 10 Pro 5G is curving to the sides. I didn’t experience ghosts or accidental touches when playing games or scrolling on the smartphone.


The only thing I had issues with was the speaker setup. For a smartphone priced under Rs. 40000, it’s essential to have a dual-speaker configuration which is why it’s extremely disappointing that Oppo has only offered just one speaker on the Reno Pro 5G. Additionally, a 3.5mm headphone jack is absent, either. The speaker can be quite powerful on the bright side, but the sound experience is not as engaging.


On the positive side, the 120Hz display provides as much as 950nits peak brightness when watching HDR content. It supports HDR playback via YouTube. However, it is not available on Netflix as of the moment when I wrote this. The vivid 10-bit display provides support for billion colors. Oppo uses An AGC Dragontrail 2 glass that provides 20% more drop resistance than the Corning Gorilla Glass 5.


I didn’t notice any major stutters moving through the user interface, even though it was configured for Auto Switch. However, there were a few software-related issues, which we’ll discuss in the next section.


Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G Review: specifications and software

The Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G has the Snapdragon 778G SoC and the Adreno 642L graphics processor. It packs a 4600mAh battery and comes with 80W SuperVOOC quick charging. It comes with connectivity options like WiFi 6. Bluetooth 5.2 Dual-SIM support, IR emitter, etc. This model is equipped with 14 5G bands available in India.


Software-wise, in terms of software, this Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G is running the latest ColorOS 13.1 that is based on Android 13. Oppo’s ColorOS has changed and is one of the top choices for personalization and customization. Its Reno 10 Pro continues to offer users the possibility to alter wallpapers, change the shape and size of the front, alter icon shape and size, etc.


The app also supports Android 13. It also supports the Material You theme, which is compatible with both the background and UI colors with the wallpaper’s colors. Oppo also lets users select when they want to use various color options available to choose from the UI, along with system icons within the Settings app. Further details on ColorOS 13.1 are available within the review of the Oppo Reno 10 Pro and 5G review.

Although ColorOS 13.1 is packed with features, it’s awash with ads and app recommendations through its user interface, whether it’s the setup screen, bloatware loaded home screen or app drawer, or app recommendations in the default browser application. There’s also a variety of less-popular games and third-party apps that are preinstalled. App Market, Oppo’s official App Store, bombards users with numerous notifications and suggests you install certain apps.


Oppo has taken feedback into consideration and has announced that any apps that do not require permission for installation when first installing phones will not be allowed to improve user experience in the next version of the software. The difference is that Hot Games and Hot Apps, which are Oppo’s app recommendation folders, will be accessible. Users can block the folders by going to App Market, General Settings, tapping the settings in the top of the right-hand corner, and turning off the toggle on Hot Apps and Hot Games. You can also deactivate the spam notifications for recommendations by pressing long upon one or more notifications and clicking on ‘More Settings,’ and turning off the toggle ‘Allow Notifications.


But, there is a need to optimize because I saw that the screen’s orientation changed instantly even when the Auto-rotate option was turned off. There were instances when I experienced slight jitters when going back to the home screen. I hope Oppo will fix these issues soon. This Oppo Reno 10 Pro is said to receive 2 major Android updates and security and support for three years.




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Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G performance and battery life

The Oppo Reno 10 Pro features an entry-level Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor that we have seen in a couple of phones priced at about Rs. 30000 in India. Its Reno 10 Pro 5G is far from the best smartphone. But the chipset will still be able to do the job for regular tasks like browsing social networks and messaging apps loading, content consumption, etc.

Gaming casually, too, can be done. However, at the price it is, the models like these models, the OnePlus Nord 3 and 11R from OnePlus , and the iQoo Neo 7 Pro have better gaming performance and price. Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) has ‘HDR graphics support and framerate settings that are ‘Ultra. I experienced some stutters when playing in the highest settings. However, the gameplay improved with reduced graphics to ‘Balanced,’ or HD. Asphalt 9 Legends, however, was very smooth to play.

RAM management is excellent, and applications kept loading from where I left the computer. Reno 10 Pro Reno 10 Pro also offers support for up to 8GB of virtual RAM derived from internal memory, which is 256 GB.

I also conducted some benchmark tests on the Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G. It got 5,89.206 points in anTuTu (v10). On Geekbench 6, the phone got 1,013 points (single-core test) and 2,669 (multi-core test). It’s beaten by rivals in the form of its iQoo Neo 7 Pro scoring 1,263,884 points on AnTuTu (v10). Although benchmarks aren’t the only way to gauge the phone’s performance, they highlight that raw performance isn’t the strength of the Reno 10 Pro.

When it concerns battery longevity, the Oppo 10 Pro 5G can last all day. My screen-on time (SoT) was around 8 hours and 20 mins. If there were more than two hours of gaming, the phone showed an SoT of around six hours and fifty minutes. When we ran the HD tests of the battery’s loop, it was found that our Oppo Reno 10 Pro lasted for 20 hours and 44 minutes. The SuperVOOC charger, 80W, recharges the battery in just 29 minutes.

Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G Review: Cameras

Its Oppo Reno 10 Pro 5G has a triple camera setup in the back. It has a 50-megapixel Sony IMX890 as the primary camera, supporting OIS. (OIS). This sensor is also in the top-of-the-line OnePlus 11 ( Review) and The Oppo Reno 10 Pro+ 5G. It is also available in the Reno 10 Pro and features an ultra-wide 8-megapixel camera and a telephoto camera with 32 megapixels and 2-X zoom optical. To take selfies, there’s the front camera’s 32-megapixel sensor.

Beginning with the camera you use for your primary, You will get high-quality photos with true-to-life colors. The dynamic range is satisfactory in the majority of cases. There were instances where the exposure in the shadows was not as good. In most situations, night mode photos were exposed well with little or no noise. Despite the effort to preserve details in the shadows, the highlights weren’t overexposed. This Reno10 Pro’s principal image quality in low light is among the top in the field.

Regarding video recording, the Oppo Reno 10 Pro can record up to 4K videos at 30fps with the rear camera and 1080p 30fps from the front. The footage recorded by the rear camera has high stability, clarity, and exposure. The video quality of the front camera is shaky in terms of the dynamic range.


Oppo Reno 10 Pro is one of the most well-built smartphones that cost less than 40k. It is beautiful, built well, and has a nice feeling in the hand. It scores high marks for its excellent display and battery longevity. The phone’s performance is decent at the cost. However, competitors offer more quality for the money. What gives Reno 10 Pro 5G advantages over rivals is its ad-hoc camera system. It also comes with a top-quality zoom lens.

The only area that is a problem is the software, which does not meet the price of premium phones. It is also not IP-rated and has only one speaker.

In the end, if you’re seeking a smartphone with a flagship design, a large display, and a flexible camera, look into the Oppo Reno 10 Pro with 5G. However, Suppose you are looking for top performance and a great user experience and are not concerned about not having a telephoto camera. In that case, you’ll have a variety of options, including the OnePlus 11R , OnePlus Nord 3 , and iQoo Neo 7 Pro.


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