Hey guys what I have here is the Oppo Reno Standard Edition and Oppo Reno 10x Zoom, and both are pretty similar actually. Previously I reviewed the Oppo Reno Standard Edition, so be sure to check out the video right after this, the link will be in the description below. For simplicity, I will refer the Standard Edition as Standard and 10x Zoom as Pro.
Both phones have different features and in this video I will go through all the differences I can find. In the box, the accessories are identical except for the free case and ear phones. The earphones for Oppo Reno Standard Edition has a 3.5mm headphone jack, and the one for the Oppo Reno 10x Zoom is a Type C connection.
The SIM tray slot is at the bottom for the Reno 10x Zoom and above the volume rocker for the Reno Standard Edition. Also a headphone jack is available for the Standard but not the Pro model. There is no expandable storage on the Standard but the Pro model is supported using a dual sided SIM tray.
The Pro has triple cameras whereas the Standard has dual which I will go through later. Both use the same motorized 16MP pop-up camera.
The Oppo Reno 10x Zoom uses the Snapdragon 855 and Adreno 640 and the Oppo Reno Standard Edition uses the Snapdragon 710 and Adreno 616. For real usage I don’t see any major difference, both are equally snappy.
Both are running Color OS 6 on Android 9.0. Both software are nearly identical as well, so I recommend checking out the Oppo Reno Standard Edition review to see the features. There are a couple of differences in settings. There is an extra menu supposedly for trial version in the update options. In the App Split menu, you can see apps that support Spilt Screen on the Pro model. For Clone Apps, likewise you can see the apps that can be cloned.
In Display and Brightness settings, the Display Size and Screen Color mode is on the Pro model. For Other Wireless settings, the VPN menu is at the top for the Standard and bottom for the Pro. As for fingerprint unlock speed, the Pro model comes out faster just a fraction of a second.
Both chargers have the same output that supports 20W VOOC charging, here are the battery tests.
Now for the cameras, the Standard has a dual 48MP main camera and 5MP depth sensor. The Pro has a triple camera setup, 48MP main camera, 13MP telephoto camera and 8MP ultra wide camera. The Expert mode has the exact same settings and range for both models, and the camera modes are also the same.
The next few tests are camera focusing and photo samples between the two. I tried the best I can to take the footages in the exact same scenario. Let me know what you think in the comments below. So that’s the differences between the Oppo Reno Standard Edition and Oppo Reno 10x Zoom.