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Oppo Reno7 Lite 5G review has come out on market

Oppo Reno7 Lite 5G review has come out on market. The Oppo Reno7 Lite 5G was launched earlier this month and comes with the Snapdragon 695 chip. It will mostly be found on European markets, but the market in Asia this model will also be referred to as Oppo Reno7 5G. The device we have now is to test and it’s the most beautiful version that is Rainbow-colored. 

It is a beautiful design that is able to play with light in a way that the colors appear to be different when viewed from different angles. The device is equipped with a charger of 33W as well as the right cable. This Reno7 Lite is an impressively light device , with flat sides and an 6.43″ screen which makes it refreshingly simple to hold. The front panel is AMOLED and Oppo was able to position the fingerprint scanner on top. 

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Oppo Reno7 Lite 5G review has come out on market

The power button is flat , but it is only used to power the phone as well as it will wake Google Assistant upon longer press. Oppo comes with 8GB of RAM. The storage is 128GB. However, only 100GB of it is available to users. The Reno7 Lite 5G uses microSD cards and slots them with a hybrid slot. you can choose either the second SIM or a memory card. 

The design of the camera is typical of the Reno7 series and features two bit circles inside a rectangular island. Only the principal lenses protrude, and they’re bulging more than normal due to the fact that Oppo has added ring lights beneath the rims. This feature is referred to as Breathing light (also called Orbit Light) and functions as a warning light. According to press materials, it will “blink in various colors based on various scenarios” and last for up to 50,000 hours. 

Two minutes of flashing lights consume just one percent of the battery’s capacity, and does not be a burden on the battery’s endurance. We will however examine the device and then let you know if the assertions are accurate. 

This Oppo Reno7 Lite 5G costs approximately EUR400 in Europe and is slightly more expensive in comparison to it’s counterpart, the Reno7 Z in Thailand, that is THB11,880. This amounts to EUR320. We are conducting a review and will be back in the near future with a decision on whether the prices are worth the price.

Robiul Islam

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