After examining the photographic sector of Oppo Reno 6 5G, DxOMark she experimented with that of her older brother Oppo Reno 6 Pro 5G, which as we have illustrated in our review is composed of the “prince” sensor 50MP IMX766 Sony license plate, from a wide-angle from 16 MP, from a canvas from 13 MP and finally by a macro from 2 MP (in addition to the 32MP front selfie cam).
Oppo Reno 6 Pro 5G performed well overall, scoring an overall score of 121 points, which places it in sixth place within the DxOMark ranking for its segment (i.e. Premium, above which there is still Ultra-Premium), paired with its relative Reno 6 Pro + 5G.
The analysis conducted by DxOMark led to recognize how highlights the details of photos and videos, especially in the most favorable light conditions (and therefore with intense lighting and indoors), which also favor a good exposure (always both for photos and videos), and the white balance is also remarkable. Also reliable accuracy of autofocus, with the autofocus that in the recording of the clips gives proof of reactivity.
Obviously, the defects: according to DxOMark Oppo Reno 6 Pro 5G could do better in terms of image noise, on average too high in all use scenarios (and including artifacts such as ghosting) and in particular using the telephoto lens. Furthermore, the dynamic range was limited, and the video stabilization was not too effective.