Let's pick up the discussion again Oppo Reno 3: there are many official news available so far. We know specifics, weight, thickness, processor, recharge but nothing about how it will behave in real life. As we know, however, Oppo immediately understood where to aim and decided to massively develop the video department of their smartphones. In fact, the CEO confirmed that for him most users make a considerable use of social media and therefore look for devices devoted to that goal. With ColorOS 7 we will see some improvements in this area and we have a taste right away with a clip that clearly explains the video stabilization unprecedented in the Oppo Reno 3 series colors available for him.
Five colors and an Ultra Steady video stabilization for Oppo Reno 3
Let's start talking about the colors available for this new device made in Oppo. From the images disclosed on Weibo (link in source) we see i official renders of the five variants of the Reno 3 Pro. In the photos above you will find the four different colors of the Pro series while at the bottom the four available for the standard series, which varies from the first in the white version.
As you can see the two versions are recognized by the presence of the notch in the standard edition, While the Pro has the hole in the upper left corner. From these renders we also see a feature that had escaped us to date: the chin of the Pro
The last difference between the two models is an inscription placed alongside the photographic sensors. Strangely, this writing appears only in the standard version but what it brings will also be available for the other device. This is the wording “Ultra Steady". In a nutshell, as we mentioned before, Oppo has focused a lot on multimedia department and designed one really bad stabilization. Let's see the video to understand better.
This clip shared by the official Oppo channel on Weibo, shows how the device will be able to stabilize videos at amazing levels. To better understand the whole story, the brand also used a vehicle with square wheels. In particular, there is a difference with a device without stabilization which, in the same shot, releases all shaky and shaky images. The other device instead gives a fluid experience as if it were recording while stationary.
What do you think about it? We look forward to December 26, the day of the presentation of the new device to know something more.