OPPO officially announced that OPPO Reno5 Pro+ will launch IMX766 CMOS worldwide on December 24. The positioning flagship sensor, jointly developed by OPPO and SONY, is expected to be the highlight of the CMOS with excellent dark light performance and zoom capability, according to the report.
About IMX766, OPPO has posted two preheating tweets today. The preheating poster on the first weibo clearly reads: “Hunt light 766, lock light lock you.” OPPO Reno5 Pro+, relying on the flagship CMOS, will be able to obtain a greater amount of light, and then shoot better quality night photos and even videos. Second, it will have a faster zoom speed, which will bring a better shooting experience.
According to the previous exposure information, OPPO Reno5 Pro+ will carry a 50 megapixel main camera, while IMX766 will be equipped with a larger base if it has a higher amount of light input, which shows that the actual photo quality of this phone is worth expecting. In addition, the phone will feature OPPO FDF full-dimensional portrait video technology system, as well as new and upgraded AI video, super Shake 3.0 and other features.
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OPPO Reno5 Pro+ will be released on December 24.
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