OPPO to Debut Reno7 Pro 5G with Sony’s IMX766 sensor


In keeping with its constant innovations in smartphone camera technology, OPPO, the leading global smart devices brand, is set to launch its portrait expert, the Reno7 Pro 5G.

The handset features Sony’s new 32MP IMX709 selfie sensor with its 50MP IMX766 flagship camera sensor at the rear.

The IMX709—exclusive to OPPO—is a customised RGBW (red, blue, green, white) front image sensor that can capture crisper and more evenly-exposed photos and videos; it is 60% more sensitive to light and reduces noise by 30% when compared to traditional RGB sensors.

For selfies, the Reno7’s front camera automatically switches from 85° to a 90° angle when it detects more than two people in the viewfinder to capture multi-person snapshots. Additionally, in portrait photos, camera algorithms separate the subject in the foreground, detect light sources in the background to produce a soft lens flare and finally, blur the background for a more natural-looking Bokeh flare effect.

The OPPO Reno7 Pro 5G comes with an industry-leading rear camera setup which includes Sony’s flagship IMX766 large rear sensor that captures more light when shooting photos and videos. It also supports 26 adjustable bokeh levels that produce DSLR-grade images and videos.

The OPPO Reno7 Pro 5G’s rear camera features the industry’s first exclusive Bokeh Flare Portrait video that accurately identifies the human subject in any complex background and makes them stand out from a blurred background complete with soft-light lens flares.

Both, the IMX709 and IMX766, support DOL-HDR technology which increases the dynamic range to shoot well-exposed images and detailed low-light videos; the cameras capture multiple long-exposure and short-exposure frames almost simultaneously and fuse them into a single vibrant snapshot.