Oppo’s new flagship has a 10x optical zoom and a ‘pizza slice’ selfie-camera

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After teasing it for a long time, Oppo‘s finally unveiled the first phone under its new flagship series: The Reno.

The device’s unique selling point is certainly its camera, which offers a 10x optical zoom – double that of Huawei P30 Pro’s 5x lossless zoom capability. Sadly, Oppo’s new device is available only in China at the moment.

Notably, the Reno has a weird pizza slice-shaped popup selfie module to achieve a notch-less screen. This is quite different from the company’s flagship from last year, the Find X, which used a mechanism to slide up the entire frame to reveal the selfie module.

However, there’s no mention of 3D-face unlock. Instead, the device comes with an upgraded in-display fingerprint sensor; the company claims it’s 28.5 percent faster than the previous gen.