Today, OPPO released a new promo video to showcase a new feature of the upcoming OPPO Reno 2. As you know, it will be a quad-camera smartphone with a number of enhancements mainly referring to the camera app. Now, it turns out this handset will support image stabilization for both photo capturing and video recording.
As the launch date of the OPPO Reno 2 is not around the corner, the company has begun bringing more promo photos and videos to demonstrate this or that advantage of this handset. From those promo materials, we have already learned that the phone will support 20x zoom, an ultra-advanced mode for night shots, and many more. Now, the video shows our protagonist will support the Ultra Steady super image stabilization function when recording videos. The video displays that the OPPO Reno 2 makes the video picture captured on the move quite stable, without a large amplitude.
As the phone has already shown at some events, we know most of its selling points. Say, it’s not a secret the phone will come with a 6.5-inch screen, a Snapdragon 730G chip, a 3915mAh battery, a 16MP front camera, and a quad-camera on the back. The latter consists of a 48MP lens, an 8MP lens, a 13MP lens, and a 2MP lens.
The manufacturer has set this phone to be officially uncovered on September 10. So we are waiting for more details before the release.
P.S. The OPPO Reno 2 is going to be a classic mid-ranger, if looking at the specs list only. But its innovative design (the unique lifting camera design), the improved camera software, and other features make it stand out.