Best Oppo phones of 2020: pick up the best Oppo handset for you
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These are the Oppo phones you should consider
These are the Oppo phones you should consider
Oppo phones are some of the most intriguing devices to be released nowadays, with lots of novel tech and design features that differentiate the devices from the competition.
The company has made big leaps into the European and Australian phone markets over the last few years, cementing itself as a major force after being a big player in native China for years.
There's good reason too, with the aforementioned design and tech features like pop-up cameras and flush rear designs, and tech that's been shown off that we expect to see soon like the under-screen front-facing camera. We'd expect Oppo phones to continue to be unique for years to come.
These Oppo devices manage to achieve these feats at every price point, too - the phones on this list span a wide range of prices to suit your specific budget and needs. There really is an Oppo for everyone.
Don’t be too taken in by Oppo’s odd naming system - many of the phones here are Reno branded but are quite different, so take a look at our full reviews of each phone for a more in depth explanation of their features.
Oppo phones are set to get even better in 2020, as the Find X2 is expected to launch on March 6 at a global event, and the Reno 3 and Reno 3 Pro are slowly rolling out across the world with a European launch expected soon. So over the course of the year this list could change frequently.
Best Oppo phones of 2020 at a glance
- Oppo Reno 10x Zoom
- Oppo Reno 2
- Oppo Reno 2Z
- Oppo Reno Z
- Oppo Reno
- Oppo A9 2020
- Oppo RX17 Pro
- Oppo Find X
- Oppo RX17 Neo
Best Oppo phones
1. Oppo Reno 10x Zoom
Oppo's most premium smartphone
Release date: June 2019 | Weight: 210g | Dimensions: 162 x 77.2 x 9.3mm | OS: Android 9 | Screen size: 6.6-inch | Resolution: 1080 x 2340 | CPU: Snapdragon 855 | RAM: 6/8/12GB | Storage: 128/256GB | Battery: 4,065mAh | Rear camera: 48MP, 13MP, 8MP | Front camera: 16MP
A little heavy
UI a touch slow
The Oppo Reno 10x Zoom, named after its 10x hybrid zoom, is one of the best smartphones you can buy right now. It has got a sleek design, with rear cameras that are flush with the back of the phone, and a distinct 'shark-fin' pop-up camera section that houses the selfie camera, as well as the rear flash.
The Reno 10x Zoom also has a fantastic camera array, including its 48MP main snapper and the 13MP telephoto lens, which is responsible for the 10x zoom (although there's only actually 5x optical zoom, so the name is a touch misleading).
Sure, the device is a little bulky, and not exactly great for one-handed use – but that tends to be the case with tanks of phones like this, and there are alternative devices if it's too much.
2. Oppo Reno 2
The Oppo Reno's successor
Release date: September 2019 | Weight: 189g | Dimensions: 160 x 74.3 x 9.5mm | OS: Android 9 | Screen size: 6.5-inch | Resolution: 1080 x 2400 | CPU: Snapdragon 730G | RAM: 8GB | Storage: 128/256GB | Battery: 4,000mAh | Rear camera: 48MP, 13MP, 8MP, 2MP | Front camera: 16MP
Decent camera capabilities
Battery life lacking
Mediocre processing power
The Oppo Reno 2 is an improved version of the Oppo Reno, with better camera capabilities and a bigger battery, among other changes. It also came out for exactly the same price tag, making its predecessor rather redundant, at least unless you see it in a sale.
Sure, the Reno 2 doesn't top the 10x Zoom, which Oppo left alone as the top-end Reno device, but if you don't want to splash out for that decidedly mid-range phone, this is a great alternative. You get the stylish design and access to Oppo's ColorOS branch of Android, just like the other Oppo phones.
3. Oppo Reno 2Z
A slightly modified Reno 2
Release date: September 2019 | Weight: 195g | Dimensions: 162.4 x 75.8 x 8.7mm | OS: Android 9 | Screen size: 6.5-inch | Resolution: 1080 x 2340 | CPU: Mediatek Helio P90 | RAM: 8GB | Storage: 128/256GB | Battery: 4,000mAh | Rear camera: 48MP, 8MP, 2MP, 2MP | Front camera: 16MP
Decent battery life
Camera's just okay
The Oppo Reno 2Z is a very similar device to the Reno 2, so much so that we actually reviewed them together. The main differences here are a weaker chipset, and slightly lower camera specs.
For the most part your experience with the Reno 2Z will be the same as with the Reno 2, but if you're a huge photographer or gamer, you may want to stay away from the Z. Its price is a little lower though, making it a tempting alternative.
4. Oppo Reno Z
The most budget Reno device
Release date: June 2019 | Weight: 186g | Dimensions: 157.3 x 74.9 x 9.1mm | OS: Android 9 | Screen size: 6.4-inch | Resolution: 1080 x 2340 | CPU: Mediatek Helio P90 | RAM: 4/6/8GB | Storage: 128/256GB | Battery: 4,035mAh | Rear camera: 48MP, 5MP | Front camera: 32MP
Design looks premium
Chipset only okay
Limited camera functions
The Oppo Reno Z is the most affordable device in the first wave of Reno phones (which include the base model and the 10x Zoom), and it drops the 'shark-fin' of the other devices, but keeps much of the rest.
The phone has the premium rear design of the Oppo Reno and its rear cameras too, so there are only really a few ways it betrays its budget roots. One of those is front design, as it looks quite a bit like your standard Android phone front-on.
If you want to get in on the Oppo Reno trend but don't want to pay much, or don't want mechanically moving parts, this is the phone to go for.
5. Oppo Reno
The phone that started it all
Release date: April 2019 | Weight: 185g | Dimensions: 156.6 x 74.3 x 9mm | OS: Android 9 | Screen size: 6.4-inch | Resolution: 1080 x 2340 | CPU: Snapdragon 710 | RAM: 6/8GB | Storage: 128/256GB | Battery: 3,765mAh | Rear camera: 48MP, 5MP | Front camera: 16MP
Compact and sleek design
Novel pivot-hinge camera
ColorOS is divisive
The Oppo Reno could be considered the 'original' Reno device (although it did launch alongside the 10x Zoom), as it's the 'standard' device of the first wave of the phones.
On the inside it's not the most groundbreaking device, but the Oppo Reno is good-looking, with the 'shark-fin' pop-up and flush rear design. It's also a little smaller than most recent Oppo devices, so if you want the pop-up without straining your fingers all the time, it's the phone to go for.
It's a little hard to get hold of the Oppo Reno in most places since it's been replaced by the Reno 2, but you can still find it from third-party and second-hand retailers.
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