Oppo has introduced the Reno7 Z 5G smartphone with a 6.4in display, which the company claims is among the first to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 5G Mobile platform.
The smartphone features an Amoled display with a 60Hz refresh rate, which the company claims is Netflix HD and Amazon Prime Video HD certified for playing high quality video content.
For photography, the device sports three cameras on the back – a 64-megapixel main camera, a 2-megapixel macro camera and a 2-megapixel depth camera. They are complemented by a 16-megapixel selfie camera.
The Reno7 Z boasts several imaging features, including Bokeh Flare Portrait, which captures portrait images with bokeh light spots just like a high-end camera, and blurs the background to highlight the subject.
Meanwhile, Selfie HDR uses an algorithm to suppress overly bright backgrounds, ensuring that both the subject and backdrop are captured in detail.
One of the highlights of the company’s ColorOS 12 user interface is an Anti-Peeping feature which hides the details of notifications when it detects another individual looking at the screen.
Other features include a 4,500mAh battery and a 33W SuperVooc fast charger that powers up the phone to 100% in 63 minutes.
The smartphone has 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, and a RAM expansion technology can utilise up to 5GB of the storage as additional RAM when handling memory intensive apps.
The first 100 customers to purchase the Reno7 Z on Shopee will receive a RM50 ShopeePay Rebate and a stainless steel cup worth RM79. Customers can also participate in a lucky draw until April 8 to win prizes worth up to RM2,526.
The Reno7 Z 5G, priced at RM1,699, will be available in stores from today in two colours – Rainbow Spectrum and Cosmic Black.
The company also unveiled the Oppo 5G CPE T2, which will be available in the second half of this year.
The compact cylindrical device converts mobile network signals, including 4G and 5G, to WiFI and Ethernet which can be shared by multiple devices.
The company said the device will offer those with limited access to fixed broadband an alternative to accessing the Internet at high speed.
The device, which was first unveiled at the Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2022 in Spain, requires a 5G SIM card to work.