OPPO Reno4 Pro 5G experience: faster and more stable, full score for basic experience

[PConline professional review] In 2020, the coverage of 5G networks is becoming more and more extensive, so 5G mobile phones have begun to become the main consideration for consumers when switching phones.

OPPO, which laid out the 5G field early, also launched many 5G mobile phones, and on June 5, the new Reno4 Pro was launched. Reno4 Pro is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor and integrated support for SA/NSA dual-mode 5G baseband, which can bring Reno4 Pro a high-speed 5G connection experience while bringing lower power consumption, and can seamlessly connect to future SA networking without replacement.

The Snapdragon 765G is based on Samsung’s 7nm EUV process, integrates the Snapdragon X52 5G baseband, supports NSA/SA, and has 5G peak download and upload rates of up to 3.7Gbps and 1.6Gbps respectively. Combining theory with practice, the next 5G network measurement will be carried out.

We used two Unicom cards and telecom cards with 500Mbps rate plans for this 5G network test.

After testing, OPPO Reno4 Pro’s 5G speed can reach an average of more than 300-400Mbps, close to the upper limit of 500Mbps, which is generally much faster than many home broadband. At this stage, if you want to experience faster 5G network speed, this problem is easy to solve, that is, add money to a more expensive package.

In addition to the regular speed test, we also tested the Reno4 Pro’s 5G network search capabilities. It takes about 2-3 seconds for the OPPO Reno4 Pro to reconnect to the 5G network after turning on airplane mode, which is even better than the search ability of some 4G mobile phones.

Such good 5G network performance is due to OPPO Reno4 Pro’s 360-degree surround antenna design 2.0. OPPO Reno4 Pro adjusts the 4G/5G antenna layout to optimize network connectivity in weak signal environments, and increase the upload and download rate of 5G network by 20%.

In addition to the hardware laying the foundation for a good experience, OPPO has also made a lot of software optimizations. OPPO Reno4 Pro also carefully designed a “game mode” Wi-Fi antenna, which does not block when playing in landscape screen, and can effectively increase the upload and download rate by 30% when the Wi-Fi signal is weak; Four antennas will take turns switching evaluation signals to connect faster channels for better network fluency.

Although 5G signal coverage is now much better, it is definitely lacking compared to 4G networks, and it is common to jump repeatedly between 4G and 5G. This kind of mobile phone constantly disconnected and reconnected will waste a lot of power, thereby shortening the battery life of 5G mobile phones. In order to solve this problem, OPPO Reno4 Pro adopts Smart 5G intelligent scheduling in the software, which adjusts the resident strategy according to the actual usage scenario without affecting the network speed, and distributes bandwidth and power more intelligently to improve the battery life of the whole machine.

In addition, OPPO Reno4 Pro adopts SLA technology to connect mobile data and Wi-Fi channels at the same time to improve the network experience; When Wi-Fi has poor signal and mobile data is on, it automatically switches to the mobile network. Of course, Reno4 Pro also supports dual WiFi network acceleration to ensure the user’s network experience at all times.


OPPO has laid out the 5G field very early, so it has deep technical accumulation and has been silently working hard for a more mature 5G experience. Last year, when everyone was rushing to distribute 5G mobile phones, OPPO unhurriedly launched the Reno3 Pro with a good 5G basic experience, which was well received by consumers.

The newly debuted Reno4 Pro inherits the advantages of the previous generation of products: still thin and light, still a 5G video mobile phone, not only in the network experience is excellent, in the photo, appearance, system, overall performance have a top experience, such an all-round 5G video phone, who can not love?

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