Oppo is another China phone manufacturer in Singapore. They are most significant in providing the Singapore consumers with great Camera Phones. Oppo supplies all sorts of phones ranging from their high-end Find series, the mid-range Reno series, and their budget-friendly A-series. All of which comes at different price points.
Oppo price in Singapore is lower compared to other flagships such as Apple Singapore and Samsung Singapore. But Oppo phones do deliver good cameras, healthy battery life, vibrant colors and designs, and much more which makes the brand actually loved by many for being both affordable and usable at the same time among the other brands.
Oppo’s latest mobile phone in Singapore is the Oppo Find series namely – Oppo Find X2 Pro. Oppo has always been known for its weird naming monikers. Putting that aside, the Find X2 Pro is Oppo’s most expensive mobile device among all the other mobile smartphone prices the company introduced. The Oppo Find X2 Pro’s hardware and price definitely makes it a high-end flagship mobile device.
As for a more budget-friendly choice, you may opt for the Oppo A9 2020 instead. The A9 2020 has a low price point and it comes with a good Quad camera setup and a huge battery to last you throughout the day.
More capable users may instead opt for the mid-range Reno series. The latest Reno series Oppo introduced is the Reno 3 and Reno 3 Pro which now is without the shark fin pop up camera which is present in its predecessor – the Oppo Reno 2.
As mentioned before, the Find series is Oppo’s most expensive and most high-end mobile phones you can purchase currently. The hardware on this device certainly allows it to compete with flagships of other brands but the price point it is coming at is a big deal-breaker.
The Oppo Find X2 Pro has a “Superman” level display. It comes with a 6.78-inch display that supports UltraHD display resolution, 10-bit colors, 120Hz refresh rate max, and its 800nits high brightness – doesn’t matter if you are gaming or consuming videos, the X2 Pro will guarantee you a fantastic look. The device also comes with Oppo’s O1 Ultra Vision Engine chipset that handles the upscaling of video content to 60 or 120fps to match the content you are watching. The 32MP wide selfie camera is located on the top left of the screen which uses the same “punch hole style” design as with a plethora of other 2020 flagships. Meanwhile, the rear camera array consists of a 48MP main shooter, a 13MP periscope telephoto snapper which provides up to 5x optical zoom and 60x digital zoom, and a whopping 48MP ultrawide shooter that comes with an Auto Macro mode. Its battery has a 4250mAh capacity – which is a normal standard for premium phones but it doesn’t seem to be enough to support the power chug from the 120Hz max refresh and the 5G. However, the Oppo Find X2 Pro does come with the company’s VOOC 65W charging capability to overcome the small shortcoming. The VOOC charging allows the device to go from 0% to a full charge within 30 minutes! The only setback on this mobile phones would be the high purchase price it comes with which makes it an Oppo new phone that is more expensive than iPhones. The purchase prices and the spec difference are incomparable.
The first Reno which rocked the world with bezel-less without a camera notch on the front screen. The selfie camera is hidden behind the screen and surfaces when in need using what Oppo called pivot-hinge design. This is an innovative step towards a full-screen with no obstacles before the in-screen camera matures.
The Oppo Reno is a mid-range mobile devices but arguably, it performs rather well as compared to others in the same rank. It has a 6.4-inch AMOLED display which you can enjoy to the fullest since it is bezel-free at Full HD. However, the device losses out on the HDR10 support which means the content lacks a bit of sharpness on the display. The ‘shark-fin’ selfie cam is a single 16MP shooter and the back array consists of a 48MP main shooter coupled with a 5Mp depth sensor. There is no ultrawide and telephoto lens on this mobile phone which may be a dealbreaker for some. But the device does use a fair share of AI enhancements on the post-processing which may cover for lack of telephoto and ultrawide lens. This Oppo mobile phone is packed with a 3765mAh battery and comes with the 20W VOOC charging which is capable of getting from 0% to about 50% in half an hour.
Oppo Reno 3 and Reno 3 Pro is newer generations down the lineage but also will be the first of lineup sans the ‘shark-fin’ hinge which resulted in lighter devices altogether.
The Reno 3 will feature a droplet styled selfie cam while the Reno 3 Pro will get a ‘capsule design’ dual-camera setup on the top left of the front display. The screen on both devices is AMOLED displays and are both similarly 6.4-inches. The selfie cam on the Reno 3 features a single 32MP shooter while the pro variant uses a dual-camera setup which consists of a 48MP shooter and a 2MP depth sensor – making it the best selfie camera on a phone in the market. The rear camera array consists of a quad-camera on both the devices. The Reno 3 features a 48MP wide, 13MP telephoto, 8MP ultrawide, and a 2 MP mono shooter, whereas, the Reno 3 Pro has a 64MP wide, 13MP telephoto, 8MP ultrawide, and a 2MP mono shooter. Both the devices are packed with a 4025mAh battery but the pro variant is equipped with a VOOC 4.0 charging, whereas, the Reno 3 comes with a VOOC 3.0 charging which charges up slower compared to the 4.0.
It is pretty easy to find a new mobile smartphone that comes at an affordable price tag in Singapore. The are many brands in Singapore to serve the purpose and Oppo is one of the big brands that supply a low-mid range smartphone that combines good cameras and the latest technology with a relatively cheap price tag.
The Oppo A9 2020 is among the best-selling low-mid range smartphone in Singapore. The phone is jam-packed with a huge display, a huge battery, and quad-camera array on the back, and a budget chipset. The screen on the A9 2020 is a 6.5-inch with a 720+ resolution. The back is a whopping 5000mAh battery which will surely enable you to end your day with a healthy level of leftover power. However, there is no fast charging which is a huge setback. The phone needs at least two hours or more to get a full charge, but if you only charge overnight then it shouldn’t be an issue since you are leaving the phone to charge while you sleep. The selfie camera on this mobile device is a 16MP standard shooter and the rear quad-camera setup array consists of a 48MP wide shooter, an 8MP ultrawide camera, a 2MP depth sensor, and a 2MP Mono shooter. Both the 2MP sensors seem to be included just to bulk up the specs table but it does come with a relatively low price point which other brands hardly reach in Singapore. It would be the best buy for people who want a great camera phone which has a low entry when it comes to its prices and mobile brand.
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