Oppo Reno 7 Pro is here to shake up the mid-range market, but its only assets are its design and cameras. Given the competition, the Reno 7 Pro at THB 18000 may be a tough sell. In this Oppo Reno 7 Pro review, India Today Tech decided to find out if you should buy this phone.
Oppo’s Reno phones are everything later but a thing of beauty first, so be prepared to be impressed when you take a look at them. And I believe that is a compelling reason for you to pick up the phone. The Oppo Reno 7 Pro is the best example of how appearance can draw attention. Furthermore, the specifications appear to be good, as Oppo intends to entice customers willing to spend around THB 18000.
However, for a THB 18000 phone, the Reno 7 Pro appears to be a tough sell. This is because the specifications deteriorate slightly when compared to what the THB 18000 phone market has to offer. For example, the Realme GT, which is still relatively new, starts at THB 16500 and includes the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor as well as a high refresh-rate AMOLED display. Oppo, on the other hand, is confident in the Reno 7 Pro, which goes on sale next week. I’ve had the Oppo Reno 7 Pro for a while now, and here’s why I think you should or shouldn’t buy it.
Review of the Oppo Reno 7 Pro: Irresistibly beautiful
Only a few phones stand out in such a way that everyone notices them. Oppo’s previous Reno-series phones have been members of that club, and the Reno 7 Pro is the latest to join.