Oppo Reno5 Audio Quality and Special Camera – Although there is Dolby Atmos support, the Reno5 speakers are only mono. so the experience of listening to music directly from the device is not so much fun. Thankfully, the audio results are pretty good. It is loud, not noisy, has good bass and has a nice sound. It’s a pity Oppo doesn’t use stereo speakers, while entry -level devices like the Poco X3 also have stereo speakers.
Paired with a beautiful screen, FHD+ AMOLED as well as HDR on some videos – the audio on this device is just fine. Luckily Oppo still includes a 3.5mm audio jack port which allows users who still rely on a set of wired earphones to enjoy balanced music on the right and left.
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The stabilization mode is in night mode, but a little weak because the device system focuses a lot on “AI” to visualize night video. The stabilization mode is also pretty, no matter the front camera or the rear camera where it allows users to produce a more stable, neat and balanced vlog. The portrait mode on the video is a bit weird, it’s better if the movement is less, otherwise the video will look a little weird.
Video is also an important focus for Oppo android. Many video modes are offered. What is interesting is that video recording can now be done at night. The flagship devices so far do not offer this mode except the Mi 11. Oppo is trying to use the same technology on photography mode, cum this time for video anyway. The nighttime video is pretty good and clear enough for a middle class device.
The swatoto results are also not disappointing with excellent quality, details and colors. There is still a smoothing effect on the face, but it is forgivable. What’s wrong with occasionally taking pictures wanting to feel more beautiful or handsome? Beauty mode if set to level 0, not as bad as before.