OPPO Reno10 Pro review: author portraits

OPPO Reno10 Pro continues the story of the Reno range, which focuses on style, design and colors in the Chinese manufacturer’s range, without forgetting one of the most important aspects when choosing a modern smartphone: the photography.

OPPO Reno10 Pro indeed presents itself with a thin and light design with a 3D curved body available in the colors Glossy purple and silver gray. There is a 6.7 inch OLED displaywith Full HD+ resolution, 120 Hz refresh rate and support for 1 billion colors Snapdragon chipset 778G 5G, 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of UFS 3.1 storage, as well as a camera package that includes a 50+8+32 megapixel triple lens with wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle and telephoto sensors with 2x optical zoom. The phone is powered by Android 13 with the traditional Color OS 13.1.

OPPO Reno10 Pro data sheet


As always, some like smartphones with a flat body, while others prefer curved shapes. With the Reno10 Pro, the manufacturer has opted for the second option, with a 3D curvature This offers good grip and makes the phone slim and handy. The finish and rear case are less “slippery” than last year’s Reno 8 Pro, an undeniably beautiful, stylish phone, but one that’s a little too prone to slipping, even on flat surfaces.

On the back one fusion technology to create a two-tone design around the camera using glass and metal materials. It is almost impossible to leave fingerprints on the body.

We also really liked the design of the camera area.

The device measures 163 x 74 x 7.7 mm And weighs 186 grams while the screen-to-body ratio is 93%, with a bottom bezel of 2.32mm and the left and right bezels just 1.57mm. Beautiful, pocket-sized and never too heavy.

The Reno10 Pro display

The display offers a 6.7 inch diagonal with a Full HD+ resolution of 1,240 x 2,772 pixels, which corresponds to a density of 451 ppi. Peak brightness is in the average range for this device at 950 nits. Good readability is also guaranteed when there is light on the screen. The refresh rate is 120 Hz and in addition there is Gorilla Glass 5 protection.

As mentioned at the beginning, OPPO has opted for a curved display, a solution that for us is synonymous with elegance.

Under the display is the fingerprint reader, well working and fast.

The hardware of OPPO Reno10 Pro

OPPO Reno10 Pro

Oppo Reno10 Pro is powered Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor, an octa-core, made with 6-nanometer technology. Worthy of note is the fact that OPPO has decided to include the Mediatek Dimensity 8200 (at 4nm) in the base version of the range, and instead put a CPU with a couple of months on its shoulders in the flagship device. The reason is easy to say: it is a super-tested processor that is particularly economical in consumption and allows the phone to integrate a 4,600 mAh battery (versus 5,000 mAh in the Reno10 model) while being thin, light and stay safe good autonomy. The phone always remains responsive and brilliant.

Compared to the Reno8 Pro 5G, that is MariSilicon X NPU, responsible for heading up the imaging division that made its debut on the Reno line last year. A choice that, as we shall see, affects the price drop.

The smartphone has 12GB of RAM (a lot for this market segment) and 256GB of storagehowever, allows you to allocate additional RAM (from storage) to boost the phone if needed (up to 16GB of RAM can be achieved).

UI experience

Reno10 Pro is animated through the interface Color OS 13.1 running on Android 13 which can be considered mature by now. Beautiful from an aesthetic point of view (and never overdone) and rich in content. In fact, there are plenty of customization options (like the handy sidebar that can be moved around the screen), split screen, and quick shortcuts.

The system always runs quickly and smoothly.

It is important to emphasize how OPPO takes care of this two major updates and four years of security patches to users who are going to buy this device.

The Reno10 Pro camera

OPPO Reno10 Pro

OPPO Reno10 Pro has one Camera with three lenses: The main part comes from 50 megapixels f/1.8, with Sony IMX890 sensor (optically stabilized), combined with an 8-megapixel f/2.2 ultra-wide-angle lens with Sony IMX355 sensor and – this is the real news – a 32-megapixel f/2.8 telephoto lens with Sony IMX709 sensor, optical 2x zoom and digital up to 20x. The latter optics (which were missing from last year’s model) were special intended for portraits and the results are excellent. When shooting in portrait mode, there is the option to vary the aperture from f/1.6 to f/1.4 as if there were a real aperture, for better control of depth and bokeh.

The pictures taken by the main camera are also good, and it does very well even at night with or without the help of the appropriate mode.

Videos are recorded in 4K at 30 frames per second, with stabilization, although this is not particularly helpful in dynamic shooting situations.

Instead, we liked the selfie camera, which uses a 32-megapixel, f/2.4 (Sony IMX709) sensor with autofocus and delivers bright, brilliant, and well-etched shots. THE selfies They use a large dynamic range and good sharpness. And thanks to the 21mm equivalent focal length, more people can easily fit in the frame.

In this very good architecture, the ultrawide suffers the most, as it absorbs a little too much digital noise due to its lower resolution and brightness.

smartphone audio

OPPO Reno10 Pro

Conversations have always been characterized by good audio quality and no echo or metallic ringing of the voice. The hands-free performance of the Reno10 Pro is a little less brilliant since the phone is equipped with it mono speaker.


OPPO Reno10 Pro

There 4,600mAh battery It might seem a bit small for a smartphone with this potential. But this is where the Snapdragon 778G processor comes into play, which ensures excellent consumption management and, above all, never gets hot. You always arrive in the evening without having to pay special attention to the use of your smartphone. If that wasn’t enough, there’s charging 80W SUPERVOOC So you can charge the battery at any time 100% in less than 30 minutes. Also thanks to battery health motorthe device is designed to hold up80% of its original capacity even after 1,600 full charge cyclestwice the industry standard (800 cycles).

The awards of Mobile Magazine

Oppo Reno10 Pro wins two Mobile Magazine Awards: the design award The curved shapes, the materials used, the good workmanship of the device and last but not least the workmanship of the cover, which makes it non-slip and pleasant to the touch and look, are rewarded. The photo price Rather, it’s a general acknowledgment of the smartphone camera package as a whole, with specific mention of the 32MP telephoto lens, which allows you to capture portraits that are well above average for the range the phone fits into.

Mobile Magazine’s opinion: OPPO Reno10 Pro

The Oppo Reno10 Pro is a smartphone that is pleasant to use on a daily basis, with elegant shapes, ideal for photography lovers thanks to a particularly versatile triple lens configuration. The OPPO interface is now a security, as is SUPERVOOC charging. As always, you can’t help but pay attention to the price in the final assessment, and here our opinion is very clear: the Reno10 Pro costs less (about 150 euros less) than the Reno8 Pro, even without special offers. With the special offers – very rich – the price becomes even cheaper, one of the cheapest today in this area. It goes without saying that the market offer is more than attractive for a smartphone with good technical equipment and some extras that are not common in models of this range.


  • Elegant look, excellent materials
  • Smooth and feature-rich user interface
  • 80W fast charge
  • Versatile camera with portrait canvas


  • Poorly stabilized video
  • There is no 3.5mm jack
  • The memory is not expandable
  • Mono audio speaker

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