Oppo kicks off Reno10 pre-orders in India

Peter, 20 July 2023

Last week Oppo released the Reno10 Pro and Reno10 Pro+ in India, now the third member of the series, the Oppo Reno10 is joining the party. The phone is already up for pre-order on Flipkart, the first deliveries are scheduled for July 30 (Sunday next week).

There is only one configuration available with 8GB of RAM and 256GB storage. This costs ₹33,000, but you can get ₹3,000 off with select credit and debit cards. The phone is available in two colors: Ice Blue and Silvery Grey.

The Reno10 Pro starts at ₹40,000 while the Reno10 Pro is ₹55,000.

Oppo Reno10 at a glance
Oppo Reno10 at a glance

A comparison between the three shows that the vanilla and Pro versions are mostly identical, except the Pro has a faster chipset and better main cam, plus a smaller but faster charging battery. The Pro+ is more of a flagship with a different display, chipset, cameras and battery.

Oppo Reno10 in Ice Blue Oppo Reno10 in Ice Blue Oppo Reno10 in Ice Blue Oppo Reno10 in Silvery Grey Oppo Reno10 in Silvery Grey Oppo Reno10 in Silvery Grey
Oppo Reno10 in Ice Blue and Silvery Grey

Here is a quick refresher on the Oppo Reno10. It has a curved 6.7” 120Hz AMOLED display (10-bit FHD+ panel) and is powered by the Dimensity 7050 with 8GB actual and up to 8GB virtual RAM. The phone measures 7.99mm thick and weighs 185g (there’s no IP rating). The 5,000mAh battery supports 67W fast charging (0-31% in 10 minutes) and will retain 80% of its capacity after 4 years of use (1,600 charge cycles). There are stereo speakers and an IR blaster on board.

The camera features a 64MP main (f/1.7, no OIS, 1/2” sensor with 0.7µm pixels), an 8MP ultra wide camera (112°) and a 32MP portrait cam with a 47mm lens. On the front, there is a 32MP selfie camera with a wide 22mm lens.



Reader comments

  • Hossan
  • 14 Aug 2023
  • YUf

This oppo reno 10 5g i bought from India. This fast charging they wrote . Its not faster enough to charge. Its need around 80 minutes to full charge. Very disappointed.

I'd rather they replace the telephoto lens and curved screen for OIS and stereo speaker.

In the U.K. we can only dream about phones like this !

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