Recently I was offered a chance to try the latest OPPO Reno6 Pro 5G and decided to give it a go as it has been quite some time since I have dabbled with the Android ecosystem once again.
According to the press material, the Reno6 Pro is supposed to be an “AI Portrait Video Expert” and is one of the few phones in Singapore that offer the 5G Stand Alone (SA) network mode which means that the phone is able to rely directly on dedicated 5G facilities instead of connecting to 4G network to provide more speed or data. I will be talking more about what I like about the phone instead of a more technical review as I believe you can find many in-depth reviews already available on this phone.
It’s All in The Box
Some things that we have taken for granted in the past were the accessories that we are provided with out of the box when we purchase a new phone. Manufacturers like Apple, Samsung, and Xiaomi have indicated that they would not be including a wall charger or even earphones in a bid to reduce electronic wastage *cough*
cutting cost *cough*. You can read more about it here. The OPPO Reno6 Pro is definitely a breath of fresh air with its generous package content that contains your phone, a USB cable, a pair of earphones, a wall charger, a protective Case, and even a SIM ejector tool.