Say hello to the Oppo Reno5 5G, a phone that Europeans can find at their local Amazon as the Find X3 Lite, and which aims to be provide the best value in the lineup.
It comes in a well-stocked box with a case, 65W charger, a sturdy USB cable and regular old 3.5mm earbuds.
Up front the Reno5 5G is one of the best reasons to buy it – the 6.43-inch 1080p AMOLED isn’t only high quality and high refresh rate at 90Hz, but it enables the phone’s compact form. At 172g the Oppo Reno5 5G is pleasingly light.
The Reno5 5G comes with Android 11 and Oppo’s fully-featured ColorOS 11.1, which adds niceties like pulling up your apps into a neat, accessible row near your fingertip when you can’t reach with your other hand. ColorOS is packed with other niceties – more on that in our full review.
The Oppo Reno5 5G has four imagers on the rear, but only two of real note – the 64MP main shooter and the 8MP ultrawide. The other two are a 2MP duo of depth and macro.
Front-side there’s a 32MP selfie camera, which features a bunch of smart shooting modes, but lacks autofocus.
Finally the 4,300mAh is capable of 65W fast charging, courtesy of SuperVOOC 2.0. All it takes for a full charge is 35 minutes.
We’ll test the charging speed as well as the battery endurance, along with just about everything else on the Oppo Reno5 5G in our full review. Stay tuned!