Oppo Reno5 Network And Operations – This is another mid -range 5G device. Although 5G is still not available in Malaysia, but that does not mean devices with 5G support are useless. With better modem technology, a more efficient chip – the signal strength on this device is quite great. In the two telcos I tested, Maxis and Yes, there was no problem at all and the network could remain 4G+ almost always. But mobile data speeds are a little frustrating when downloading.
Phone calls are very good, without any problems with noise or strong winds. The caller said my voice was pretty clear. As for GPS, this device has no problem in GPS. Only the compass app is a little slow to display the exact direction. Else, it’s what you’d expect for a device like this.
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Speaking of operating systems, this is the most fun Oppo device to use. This is thanks to Color OS 11. Oppo is also more towards the use of native Android. Built -in Google Message and Google Phone, group notification support, bubble notifications, and many more native Android elements are included. Meanwhile, Color OS 11 also includes many interesting features and functions.
Color OS 11 has much more powerful multi-task support, much more attractive customization support, as well as unique ringtone support. You imagine you have a lot of important WhatsApp groups, a lot of incoming notifications and the ringtone sound will be noisy and annoying. But with this device, every ringtone can be a fun melody to listen to.
Next, the Flexdrop feature that allows for more efficient use of the device by launching any application quickly through a floating window. Then, the Three-Finger Translate With Google Assistant Lens feature that lets users translate content directly from screenshots. Oppo devices even externally look for casual, casual and unpretentious use – they still offer great capabilities for productivity and professionalism.