Oppo Reno8 Pro Review Highlights

Shubham Raheja

 The display is smooth, thanks to the high refresh rate, and we haven’t observed any unexpected stutters.

The Reno8 Pro has an excellent, squared-off design that makes it look like a proper 2022 smartphone.

The phone runs on ColorOS 12.1 and the UI overall is riddled with annoying little quirks.

The phone has great battery life, shines in standby battery drain, and charges quickly.

The Dimensity 8100 Max is capable of 90Hz gaming, so BGMI can run on maxed-out frame rates.

The ultrawide and the primary cameras do not share the same colour tuning and processing.

Given the feature set, bloat, and absence of any IP certification or protective glass at the rear, the Oppo Reno8 Pro appears pricey.