Review 110: 26.04.2021 at 05:00 pm
🕷 What are the pros and cons of the Oppo Reno 5 Pro 5G? What about the Galaxy A72 and M62.?
One of them supports 5G, the other comes with a huge battery, and the third has great balance.
In this review, I will review 3 devices and talk about them freely. I’ll tell you the pros and cons.😜
The idea behind this review is that these devices offer different choices. Some of them have advantages and all of them have disadvantages.
🕷 I’ll start with the Oppo Reno 5 Pro 4G device:
The device is made of glass with an aluminum frame. The back is gradual silver in color. With different angles, the back will display colors like yellow, pink and blue.
At the top left, there is a slightly protruding rectangular that houses the rear cameras. The front side is mostly a screen with curved sides, and there is a punch hole to house the front camera. The thickness of the device is 7.99mm, and it is suitable for one-handed use. It weighs 184g, and that makes sense for the hardware of the device.
The processor is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 with 8 cores. It is built on a 7nm architecture and supports 5G. The GPU is the Adreno 650. The battery size is 4500mAh. It comes with 2 batteries, and I’ll tell you why and how fast it charges. In Geekbench 5, the processor scored 921 points for single core and 3131 points for multi-core.
Here is where processor performance ranks among other competitors. The PUBG game started off at extreme settings with great fluidity. HDR has been activated.
The device supports Game Space mode, which improves performance and increases images. It also offers 3 different game modes depending on your needs. The device is delivered with 2 batteries; each is 2250mAh. The total number is 4500mAh. The battery supports Super Vooc 2.0 technology, which charges the device with 65W.
According to Oppo, this technology charges the device from 0% to 100% in just 35 minutes. The screen has a size of 6.5 with FHD + resolution. The screen is AMOLED with a 92.1% screen-to-body ratio. It comes with a 20: 9 aspect ratio and supports HDR10 +.
The screen supports 90Hz refresh rate and 180Hz touch sensitivity. Screen refresh rate means it makes the screen smoother.
While the tactile sensitivity makes it very responsive. The device comes with 4 rear cameras. The main one is the 50MP camera with 84 degrees of view.
The sensor is the Sony IMX766. This sensor works great with removing light to give photos better resolution, especially in night mode.
The second camera is the 16MP Ultra Wide. The third is a 13MP telephoto lens. The fourth is a 2MP macro lens. The front camera is 32 MP. The main camera provides good quality photos.
The light is satisfactory and the colors are warm and unsaturated in most cases. It depends, however, on how the photos are processed by the device. The Ultra Wide Camera offers 123 degrees of view. The details it offers are good and very similar to the main camera. The colors are a little cooler. It supports 2x optical zoom with satisfactory results. It also supports 20x digital zoom.
But the quality will degrade because it uses software. In the portraits, the isolation varies. But above all, the results are good and satisfactory.
🤡 So OPPO is the best no❓ 🤥
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🕷 Not yet Joket! In general, it does its job. In night mode, results vary. The details are sometimes not clear, but the light is good. In general, the results are satisfactory and do their job.
It supports recording videos with 4K and 60 fps. It offers great detail, but the videos are a bit choppy, especially when walking. The device supports Ultra Steady mode, which minimizes shaking when moving.
But the resolution it supports is 1080p60fps. The results from the front camera are excellent. The colors are a little warm. In portrait photos, the isolation is fine, and in general, it gives satisfactory results.
RAM is 12 GB and built-in storage is 256 GB. It supports two SIM cards and does not support SD card. The device is running Android 11 with additional ColorOS 11.1.
The user interface is light and easy to use. It supports Google Play Store and is fully compatible with Google services. The device supports Bluetooth 5.2 and WiFi 6.
You will benefit from WiFi 6 if your router supports it. It supports paid methods which use NFC. The Oppo device comes with a built-in fingerprint sensor.
The sensor offers high sensitivity. It supports unlocking using facial recognition, but it uses a photo instead of 3D sensors. And as usual, I don’t recommend using it because it’s not safe.
The box contains a transparent cover, a charging cable and a fast charger.
Advantages: the design is very beautiful. This is the best Oppo design for this year. It is clear that they have a great job with the design.
It offers high fluidity and performance in games.
The battery is good and supports fast charging with 65 W. Cons: I would have liked the screen to be a bit better. It would have been better if they supported a 120Hz display. They could have added it to the device.
The device does not officially support water and dust resistance. It also does not support SD cards. This feature is important for some users. They should have supported him.
🕷 From the Oppo Reno 5 Pro 5G to the Galaxy A72 device:
This version does not support 5G, and that is why the price is almost 266 USD lower than the Oppo.
The device is mainly made of plastic. The back is matt in color and the module camera is vertical and protrudes a bit.
The front side is mostly a screen and comes with a punch hole that houses the camera .front The device’s thickness is 8.4mm which is a bit thick. It weighs 203 g.
The processor is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G. It offers less performance than Oppo’s processor. The GPU is the Adreno 618. The processor offered less performance than Oppo’s, since it comes with a less powerful and cheaper processor. In Geekbench 5, the CPU scored 453 points for single core and 1560 points for multicore.
The PUBG game started off very smoothly at high settings. The device supports Game Booster mode, which provides better performance while playing with other tools. These tools include device temperature, taking screenshots, and recording the screen while gaming.
The battery is 5000 mAh. By the way, The third device comes with a better battery. It supports fast charging with 25W.
I don’t know why Samsung and Apple only support 20 or 25W of charging speed. The battery recharges from 0% to 100% in one hour and 27 minutes. The screen is 6.7 with FHD + resolution. It is a Super AMOLED panel.
It comes with 20: 9 aspect ratio with 90Hz refresh rate. This will provide better smoothness when navigating the system. Or even with supported games.
The device comes with 4 rear cameras; the main one is 64 MP. The second is the Ultra Wide 12MP lens.
The third is the 8MP telephoto lens. The fourth is the 5MP macro lens and the 32MP front cameras. The main camera gave very good results. The colors are a bit cool and the light withdrawal is good.
🕷 Would you like a comparison between the cameras?😁
The Ultra Wide camera supports 123 degrees of view, and the details are satisfactory. The results depend on how the photos are processed by the device. It supports 3x optical zoom with good results. It also supports 30x digital zoom, but the quality will degrade because it uses software.
In portrait, the isolation is good and it does its job. Results vary depending on the circumstances. It supports recording videos with 4K at 30 fps. It offers acceptable quality and the colors are a bit cold.
The videos are a bit choppy, however. But it does support Super Steady Mode, which minimizes shaking when walking. But the resolution will be 1080p at 30 fps.
This resolution is better for most users, expect for pros, who may need 4K.
1080p resolution is excellent on this device like all the other devices in this review!
🕷 Yes, The front camera offers an acceptable resolution, but the skin looks a bit better. In portrait, the isolation is acceptable and the results are satisfactory.
But they vary according to the circumstances. The RAM is 8 GB and the built-in storage is 128 GB. It supports two SIM cards or one SIM card and one SD card.
The same thing that happened with the S20 and S21 also happens with the A71 and A72.
Why does Samsung no longer support SIM cards and an SD card?
🕷 The A52 and A72 devices are expected to support the same features as the previous generations. They should have supported two SIM cards and one SD card.
Why didn’t Samsung support this feature with these devices?
🕷 Even though not all users use it, there are still some users who need this feature. In addition, the prices have not gone down. You cannot convince users to use M series instead of A series. M series now supports two SIM cards and one SD card.
What Samsung has done is not good. If you’ve made a feature, keep it with newer devices.
🕷 Am I right or not?😁
The device is running Android 11 with OneUI 3.1 in addition. The user interface does not need an explanation. I did a full review review on this. You can read it.
The user interface supports Google Play Store and is compatible with all Google services. All devices in this review fully support Google services. The device supports Bluetooth 5 and dual-band WiFi. It is also compatible with NFC payment methods.
So the device comes with a built-in fingerprint sensor. It offers high sensitivity. It supports unlocking using facial recognition, but it uses a photo instead of dedicated 3D sensors. The box contains a transparent cover, a charging cable, a fast charger, and the contents may vary by region.
As I said before, the price is 266 usd less than Oppo.
It comes with a beautiful design and with a matte black. The operating system’s gaming performance and responsiveness were good.
The battery is big, but it does not support fast charging. It only supports 25W.
The performance of the camera is good for this category. Now I’m going to say something that might make those who want to buy it go for the A52 instead of it.
One of the things my team and I found is that the screen supports a 90Hz refresh rate. But the screen refresh rate on the A52 is 120Hz. Why did Samsung do this? I’ve no idea.
The second thing is that it doesn’t support both SIM cards and an SD card, which was already supported on the A71. The 5G version of this device is now available in many markets.
When the A72 came out I decided to buy it and review it for you. Give me a kiss no! 🙃
🕷 I Reached the M62 device:
If you continue this review, you will notice that something is wrong. The price of this device is 373 usd. The battery is 7000 mAh.
The device comes with a fingerprint sensor built into the side power button. Considering the price, a huge battery and dual SIM support with an SD card.
Why is the M-series better than the A-series?
🕷 There could also be a 5G version of this device. Let me start looking at the device first with the design.
The material of this device is plastic. The back is green in color with lines all over.
Honestly, I don’t like the design. It reminds me of Huawei devices. The back has curved edges with a square that houses the cameras, which also reminds me of Huawei devices. The facade is mainly a screen.
Samsung calls this Infinity-O Display. The device is thick. It is 9.5 mm. It is considered thick, but the battery is 7000mAh which is great. It also weighs 218g.
The processor is the Exynos 9825 with a 7nm architecture. The GPU is the Mali-G76. In Geekbench 5, the CPU scored 300 points for single core and 1155 points for multicore.
Here is where processor performance ranks among other competitors. The PUBG game started off very smoothly at high settings. HDR has also been enabled, which is ideal for a device in this class.
The battery is 7000 mAh and offers excellent performance with a charging speed of 25 W. After trying, the battery lasts a whole day, or a day and a half due to its enormous size.
The screen is 6.7 FHD + Super AMOLED Plus. It comes with an aspect ratio of 20: 9 and offers 16m of color. It supports a 60Hz refresh rate, which makes sense for this category. The device comes with 4 rear cameras, similar to the M51 device.
By the way, the review of the M51 is available on the magazine. The main camera is 64 MP and the second is the Ultra Wide 12 MP.
The third is the 5MP macro lens. The fourth is the 5MP depth sensor. The front camera is 32 MP. All the front cameras of these devices are 32 MP.
Now let me talk about the cameras:
The main cameras offer good detail with good light withdrawal. Color treatment varies; sometimes it is cold, other time it is hot. But in general, the colors are a bit cold.
The Ultra Wide camera offers 123 degrees of view, with satisfying detail and saturated colors. The device supports 10x zoom using the main camera, but the quality will degrade because it uses software.
In portrait, the results are satisfactory and depend on different circumstances. And in general, the results are excellent for this price category. It supports recording videos with 4K at 30 fps. It offers good quality but the videos are fragile. It supports Super Steady mode, which provides better stabilization.
But the quality will be 1080p at 30 fps. The front camera offers good detail. It does its job, but it beautifies the skin a bit.
In portrait, it offers good photos and acceptable isolation. But it depends on different circumstances. I have already shown a photo comparison, but I will show it again. It is between the front camera of the three devices.
The RAM is 8 GB and the built-in storage is 128 GB. It supports two SIM cards and one SD card. It runs Android 11 and OneUI 3.1 additionally. The user interface does not need to be presented. It is easy to use and fully supports Google services.
The device supports Bluetooth 5 and dual-band WiFi. It comes with a fingerprint sensor built into the power button and supports NFC payments.
After having experienced it, the sensors offer great responsiveness. The box contains the charger, the charging cable and the headphones. The price of the device is 373 usd.
The performance of the camera is very satisfactory. The battery lasts a whole day and it reminds me of old Nokia devices, where their batteries lasted a long time.
The gaming performance is very good considering the CPU provided.
The build quality is not very good. The rear has an old design, and I think Huawei has done that before.
It doesn’t support 5G, but if it did it would have been 200 SAR more, making the price similar to the A52 price.
Before concluding, I would like to remind you what Huawei was doing in this market. The Nova series was very competitive. I hope Huawei devices will support Google services again, so that the competition will come back. I don’t prefer Xiaomi to be the only player in this category.
So, Who win in this comparison? 🙄
🕷 In this comparison, the Oppo device offered the best features and specifications, such as cameras, Bluetooth, and WiFi.
🕷 You should assess your needs from these three devices.
See you soon on the next reviews.
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