Oppo Reno2 review
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Oppo has long positioned itself as the go-to brand for camera phones, so it’s no surprise that the Reno2 leads with promises of exceptional camera quality. Oppo brags of its quad rear lenses, led by a 48Mp Sony IMX586 camera and what it claims to be ‘the world's first pop-up camera with bokeh effect video’ for portrait mode footage. But are its cameras as good as they sound or are these claims all just techy marketing draws? We put its many lenses to the test, so read our Oppo Reno2 review to find out.
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