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Oppo Reno 10 Review: A Good Everyday Driver

The Oppo Reno Series has earned a reputation for its aesthetics and photography, and this phone is no exception.

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Just two weeks ago, the Oppo Reno 10 Series was introduced in India. Since that time, our Gadget Bridge crew has been using one of the devices in the lineup. There are currently three devices in the recently released Reno Series in India: the Oppo Reno 10 Plus, Oppo Reno 10 Pro, and the Oppo Reno 10 base model. The latter unit has been sent to us for testing. The one we have has a few specs in common with the Pro version, but as the Pro version is the older brother, it has a few more advanced features. Should you give this one a shot? Here is our thorough analysis to aid with your decision, the Oppo Reno 10 Review.

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Oppo Reno 10 Review: Design and Display

The Oppo Reno Series has earned a reputation for its aesthetics and photography, and this phone is no exception. Despite having a glass back, the Oppo Reno 10 feels very light. It has a 3D curved body that is exceptionally tall and slim.

Oppo Reno 10 Review: A Good Everyday Driver

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We have the Ice Blue colour option, which incorporates OPPO Glow for an ice, crystalline appearance that is nevertheless smooth to the touch and has a glittering, shimmering blue effect that changes in the light when viewed from different angles. There is still another Silvery Grey variant available.

Oppo has worked very hard on the appearance of the phone this time and is very different from its prior generations. It has this new camera module and this phone definitely stands out in terms of design. Since it has a glass back, as we’ve already discussed, we don’t need to worry about fingerprints and smudges.

Oppo Reno 10 Review: A Good Everyday Driver

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Despite how durable and modern the glass back is, we nevertheless advise using a cover because, over time, it may accumulate scratches and even break due to an unintentional fall. By the way, the front panel includes Dron Trail Star 2 protection; the back may not.

In terms of ports, the bottom edge has a SIM tray, a microphone, a speaker grill, and a USB Type C port. You can put two SIM cards or one SD card and one SIM card; take note that it features a hybrid sim card slot. Another speaker grill, a noise-cancelling microphone, and an IR blaster are located on the top.

Oppo Reno 10 Review: A Good Everyday Driver

There is nothing on the left side of the frame, while the right side has a power button and a volume rocker. In case you were under the impression that this device had a 3.5mm jack, it does not.

Regarding the display, the Oppo Reno 10 has a 6.7-inch full-HD+ OLED 3D curved screen with a resolution of 1,080 x 2,412. The display supports touch sampling rates of up to 240Hz and refresh rates of up to 120Hz. Along with HDR 10+ support, there is a 93 percent screen-to-body ratio, 950 nits of peak brightness, and 100% coverage of the DCI-P3 colour gamut.

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Furthermore, its display is stunning. The chin is small, the upper bezels are nonexistent, and there are no side bezels. Because of the screen’s 950 nits of brightness, the phone is fairly bright. The display is excellent; it has a luxurious, high-end appearance.

The colours appear beautiful, and the display quality is excellent. Additionally, Widewine L1 support is included, enabling HD streaming on OTT services. On this display, your watching will be completely immersive. However, its audio caught us off guard the most. It has excellent audio quality.

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Oppo Reno 10 Review: Performance and Cameras

An octa-core 6nm MediaTek Dimensity 7050 processor, 8GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage are found within. It has 256GBUFS 3.0 storage and 8GB LPDDR4x RAM. The benchmark results are below, which highlight the performance of the power-efficient processor.

  • Single-Core Score: 940
  • Multi-Core Score: 2288

It includes an inbuilt Dynamic Computing Engine that efficiently runs more than 40 apps in the background. Additionally, it performs well when performing everyday tasks like casual gaming, scrolling through social media feeds, binge-watching, and listening to music.
You can also play games at medium settings. Even though it’s not a gaming phone, playing on it is enjoyable.

 review of Oppo Reno 10

The device is powered by ColorOS 13.1 and runs Android 13. There are several, and we do mean numerous, third-party apps pre-installed on the phone, but you may remove them.

The Oppo Reno 10 5G features a triple rear camera unit with a 64-megapixel Omnivision primary sensor with OIS and autofocus(f/1.7), a 32-megapixel Sony IMX 709 telephoto sensor (2x optical zoom and can be used for portraits), and an 8-megapixel Sony IMX355 ultra-wide sensor. There is a 32-megapixel Omnivision selfie camera as well.

Let’s now examine how well the Oppo Reno 10 camera sets perform.

Oppo Reno 10 camera
Shot from Primary lens

The details in the daytime photographs are quite good, the colours are also well done, and the dynamic range is also nice. The usage of an Omnivision sensor, which is not outstanding in reality, maybe the reason why the sharpness levels and general quality are not the best available. but, it does not let you down; but, if you are a camera enthusiast, this might not be your best pick.

Oppo Reno 10 camera
Shot from telephoto lens

Right now, the telephoto lens performs admirably; in fact, it captures sharpness, details, and colours better than the primary camera. So in this regard, Oppo has performed wonderfully.

Oppo Reno 10 camera
Close up

The details and crispness are good when viewed in close-up shots. Additionally, the colours are fairly beautiful, and overall, it does a respectable job.

Oppo Reno 10 camera

Although this phone lacks a macro camera, we tried taking some pictures, and the results are shown here. The telephoto lens performs a decent job, and it is actually quite stunning in terms of details, skin tones, and edge recognition. So the Oppo Reno 10’s portraits take excellent pictures, which is undoubtedly one of its strengths.

Oppo Reno 10 camera

Now, the ultra wide-angle camera also does an honourable job; the colours are again good and the detailing is also acceptable, but the sharpness levels are yet again not particularly stunning and it doesn’t do that well, but it does okay, in our opinion.

Oppo Reno 10 camera
Low light indoors

Moving on to low light, you can observe that details are good indoors or in places with artificial light that is a little lower in intensity while the sharpness levels remain unimpressive and noise levels are higher. The main camera here significantly falls short once more. 

Oppo Reno 10 camera
Low light

In very low light, the photographs you obtain have a soft, smudgy appearance, and there aren’t many details to be found. Given that the Reno series is well-known for its nighttime photography, this is somewhat unexpected. On this smartphone, the primary camera isn’t so fantastic, but the telephoto lens performs brilliantly.

Oppo Reno 10 performance

The 32-megapixel front camera performs well when taking selfies; the colours are pleasant, the skin tones are lovely the dynamic range is also quite acceptable, and the sharpness levels are once again great.

Additionally, these selfies are wide, allowing for some decent group shots. Although they appear a little odd, the portrait selfies have also improved quite a bit. Overall, the selfie department has done well.

Here 4K videos recorded at 30 frames per second appear much too saturated and lack stability. The ability to record videos in 4K at 60fps is not available. When shooting at 1080p at 60 frames per second, stabilisation is present, however, focusing is a problem. Although the colours are much better and the dynamic range is also fairly acceptable, we also found that the stabiliser isn’t particularly smooth here. Even though the 1080p@30fps video is superior, the camera has trouble focusing once more.

With 67W SUPERVOOC charging, it sports a 5,000mAh battery. It is easily sufficient for a full day. It supposedly takes 47 minutes to fully charge, according to the company. In order to increase the charging lifespan, it also has its Battery Health Engine (BHE) technology, which uses real-time monitoring to intelligently control the current and voltage. In order for the battery to survive more than four years, BHE makes sure that it retains 80% of its health even after 1,600 charge cycles.


The Oppo Reno Series is renowned for its camera-focused features. In terms of details and sharpness levels, we are somewhat dissatisfied with the Oppo Reno 10’s primary lens, with the exception of the telephoto lens. Its performance fell short of what we had hoped for. The telephoto lens, on the other hand, is unquestionably excellent. The portraits are fairly good, and both daylight and low light conditions were captured well.

Additionally, the video recording is essentially ordinary, however, the super wide-angle lens performs admirably, and selfies are also excellent. The multimedia experience is what really stands out. You won’t be let down by the phone’s appearance or display. Additionally, the everyday driver has good gaming performance and long battery life. Therefore, you should choose the Reno 10 if you’re seeking a phone with these qualities.

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Oppo Reno 10 Pros

  • Beautiful design
  • Excellent display
  • Can do gaming
  • Telephoto and ultra-wide lenses performed brilliantly

Oppo Reno 10 Cons

  • Average camera performance
  • Loaded with bloatware

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Komila is one of the most spirited tech writers at Gadget Bridge. Always up for a new challenge, she is an expert at dissecting technology and getting to its core. She loves to tinker with new mobile phones, tablets and headphones.
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Just two weeks ago, the Oppo Reno 10 Series was introduced in India. Since that time, our Gadget Bridge crew has been using one of the devices in the lineup. There are currently three devices in the recently released Reno Series in India: the...Oppo Reno 10 Review: A Good Everyday Driver

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