Chinese smartphone maker, OPPO, says photography-enhancing features in its new OPPO Reno2 smartphones will delight mobile photography lovers.
The smartphone maker says the OPPO Reno2 series smartphones launched this month pushes the boundaries of mobile photography.
The latest iteration of OPPO’s successful Reno series comes equipped with a slew of photography-enhancing features, which will take the Reno experience to another level, according to the tech company.
“The OPPO Reno2 Series goes a step further than Reno Series introduced earlier this year and will be the first-ever OPPO handset to feature a quad camera setup. Equipped with a revolutionary Ultra Dark Mode, OPPO Reno2 will allow users to enjoy ultra-clear night shots picking up details invisible to the human eye, while its Ultra Steady Video will bring ‘action camera’ level exceptionally clear and smooth video”, according to OPPO.
OPPO says its Reno story began with the release of the first Reno Series in April 2019, which aimed to inspire youthful creativity. “Tailor-made for young pioneers who wanted to chase dreams and express themselves, the OPPO Reno Series immediately empowered its users with its stylish appearance and innovative design.”
The smartphone makers says the new version of the OPPO Reno2 Series will also be one of the first OPPO handset to feature a quad camera setup. “The phone’s innovative technology will allow users to break perspectives, opening their minds to new angles and possibilities, uninhibited by place or time – from vast plateaus to cramped city streets, or sundrenched beaches to dark, moonless nights”, OPPO says.
The smartphone maker says the Reno Series was launched as the catalyst for OPPO’s smartphone and creative development over the next 10 years, and the new OPPO Reno2 Series “will take this creativity one step further.”
According to OPPO, “It will challenge users to ditch clichéd photography techniques in favor of more fresh, thought-provoking camerawork.”
OPPO says that its Middle East & Africa Sales Centre in Cairo set up in 2016 has entered in the Middle East and Africa markets including Nigeria, Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman and Kenya and Nigeria.