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Oppo Reno4 Pro: Slim 5G smartphone without an SD card reader

Comes with great battery life and aggressive energy management: The Oppo Reno 4 Pro
Comes with great battery life and aggressive energy management: The Oppo Reno 4 Pro
In the shift to 5G, manufacturers are leaving behind certain features. The Oppo Reno4 Pro is no exception.
Mike Wobker (translated by Stanislav Kokhanyuk), 🇩🇪 🇫🇷 ...

The advent of the new broadband cellular standard gives smartphone makers an opportunity to release new devices. In the case of 5G, manufacturers are vying to be the first to bring comparable devices to market. However, there are so many 5G smartphones out there at the moment that the overall feature set and the price tag are starting to play a more significant role. 

Here we noticed two common compromises with lower-priced 5G smartphones. First, the lack of a microSD card slot. Second, poor Wi-Fi performance. 

The Oppo Reno4 Pro is no exception. However, it tries to compensate by offering other features. For one thing, it offers 256 GB of internal memory, and for another, it is much faster, when operating in 5G networking. 

The Reno4 Pro also has a very bright screen and a good camera system. However, the OLED display is not suitable for people, who are sensitive to PWM flickering. Moreover, because of aggressive energy management, the smartphone frequently shuts down applications that are running in the background. This can lead to problems with fitness-trackers and GPS applications.

Read our review to learn what else the Oppo Reno4 Pro has to offer.

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Mike Wobker, 2020-10-31 (Update: 2020-10-29)
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I made my first IT walking attempts on a 386 with 4 MB of RAM. After that followed various PCs and notebooks, which I looked after and repaired in my circle of friends and acquaintances. After an apprenticeship as a telecommunications systems engineer and several years of professional experience, I graduated with a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering. Today I live out my fascination for IT, technology and mobile devices by writing test reports. In my free time I like to devote myself to vegan cooking and spend time with my family, which includes a whole range of animal roommates.