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    Introducing the Oppo Reno5 A with a Snapdragon 765G processor and 64-megapixel camera

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    To date, a variety of Oppo Reno5 series handsets have been introduced, including the Reno5 5G (with Reno5 4G), the two more advanced Reno5 Pro and Reno5 Pro + models, and the Reno5 F and Reno5 K midrange with the Reno5 Z. . On Friday, May 21, 2021, Oppo introduced a new phone in this category called Reno5 A, which has close similarities to Reno5 5G, but in the meantime has encountered some changes in terms of screen, battery and charging speed. . Reno5 A is currently unveiled only in the Japanese market and there is no news about its possibility in other markets.  <b>Introducing</b> the <b>Oppo</b> <b>Reno5</b> A with a <b>Snapdragon</b> <b>765G</b> <b>processor</b> and <b>64-megapixel</b> <b>camera</b>

    The first thing that sets the Reno5 A apart from the Reno5 5G is the design, features, and appearance of the device. The transfer of the fingerprint sensor to the back and the use of a more traditional design for the main camera set now uses the IP68 resistance standard, which allows the device to be immersed in clear water (with a certain depth and time). Other than that, we don't see much difference, and the same large screen with not-so-narrow bezels and a selfie camera punch hole on the top left is here.

     <b>Introducing</b> the <b>Oppo</b> <b>Reno5</b> A with a <b>Snapdragon</b> <b>765G</b> <b>processor</b> and <b>64-megapixel</b> <b>camera</b>

    The Reno5 A uses a larger screen than the Reno5 5G and thus waits for length and width We have more in this phone. The dimensions of the device are announced as 8.2 74.6 162 mm, which has increased not only in length and width, but also in thickness. This model weighs 182 grams, which seems relatively heavy due to the not so high capacity of the battery. <b>Introducing</b> the <b>Oppo</b> <b>Reno5</b> A with a <b>Snapdragon</b> <b>765G</b> <b>processor</b> and <b>64-megapixel</b> camera

    The 6.5-inch device has a resolution of 1080 2400 pixels, which, unlike all previous members of the family who had screens with OLED technology, this time was made with LCD technology. The screen, which Oppo says covers 90% of the device, is updated 90 times per second and has a touch capture rate of 180 times per second. 1500: 1 contrast, 450nits maximum brightness, and 96% and 100% support for the NTSC and DCI-P3 range, respectively, are other specifications of this display. <b>Introducing</b> the <b>Oppo</b> <b>Reno5</b> A with a <b>Snapdragon</b> <b>765G</b> <b>processor</b> and <b>64-megapixel</b> camera

    top On the left side of the panel is the phone's 16-megapixel selfie camera, which lacks autofocus and has a 5-part aperture of f/2.0.

    On the back of the device, we have two main and ultraviolet cameras with two 2-megapixel units, one for determining the depth of field and the other for taking close-up photos, the last two of which have f/2.4 and a lens. They are also 3 parts. The phone's main camera has a resolution of 64 megapixels and its 6-part lens has an aperture of f/1.7. Apart from the ability to capture 4K/30fps video, this camera also supports 1080p video recording at 30 or 60 frames per second and 1080p/120fps or 720p/240fps slow motion. Optical image stabilization has no place in this camera, but it uses digital image stabilization or EIS. The ultra-wide camera of this set is 8 megapixels with f/2.2 and a field of view of 119 degrees. This camera has no autofocus and its lens consists of 5 components. <b>Introducing</b> the <b>Oppo</b> <b>Reno5</b> A with a <b>Snapdragon</b> <b>765G</b> <b>processor</b> and <b>64-megapixel</b> camera

    For processing, the phone has resorted to a relatively old but reliable solution, the Snapdragon 765G, which uses two A76 cores (arranged in two groups of 1 core with maximum frequencies of 2.4 and 2.2 GHz) and 6 1.8 GHz A55 cores with Adreno 620 graphics. This model has 6 GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128 GB of internal memory, and its microSD memory slot allows you to upgrade the storage memory to another 1 terabyte. <b>Introducing</b> the <b>Oppo</b> <b>Reno5</b> A with a <b>Snapdragon</b> <b>765G</b> <b>processor</b> and <b>64-megapixel</b> camera

    While the Reno5 5G had a 4,300mAh battery with a smaller screen, less thickness, and less weight, the Reno5 A unexpectedly comes with a weaker 4,000mAh battery, which even this time lost its 65-watt fast charge advantage. And only supports 18-watt fast charge (in both Quick Charge and Power Delivery technology). <b>Introducing</b> the <b>Oppo</b> <b>Reno5</b> A with a <b>Snapdragon</b> <b>765G</b> <b>processor</b> and <b>64-megapixel</b> camera

    Connect 5G, Bluetooth 5.1, headset jack, F NFC, ac WiFi and single frequency routers are some of the communication options of this model. Reno5 A is a single SIM card phone and its second port is dedicated to a memory card. <b>Introducing</b> the <b>Oppo</b> <b>Reno5</b> A with a <b>Snapdragon</b> <b>765G</b> <b>processor</b> and <b>64-megapixel</b> camera

    Oppo Reno5 A will be available in light black and blue with Android 11 operating system and ColorOS 11 user interface, and information about the price and time of its presence in the market has not been determined yet.

    Source: Oppo

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