24-10-2019 10:53 - edited 24-10-2019 11:25
Good news! A new 5G device has launched today on O2, which might be of interest to some of you! Let us know in the comments what you think of the OPPO Reno 5G's features, and whether you'd like to get your hands on one.
Capture any moment, anywhere
With the OPPO Reno 5G’s triple camera setup, you can take stunning photos, no matter the setting. Use Ultra Night Mode 2.0 to capture your kids giggling at sparklers and fireworks. Or try 10x Zoom to get snaps of that once-in-a-lifetime view on your travels. Want to get in on the action? Pop up the hidden selfie cam with the touch of a button, and flash your best smile.
Relive the memories
From showing off your holiday snaps, to deciding on that perfect filter, the 6.6 inch AMOLED display lets you marvel at your masterpieces on the big screen. There’s no notch in sight, and the fingerprint scanner is built into the display.
Power up in a flash
The OPPO Reno 5G uses AI to stop apps that have been inactive for a while, so you won’t be wasting precious battery life on apps you’re not using. And if you do run out of juice, it features fast charging, so you can be back in business in the time it takes you to drink your coffee ☕️
Welcome to the 5th Generation
Our 5G network is now live in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh, London, Slough and Leeds. By the end of the year, we’ll be live in a total of 20 towns and cities, rolling out to 50 by summer 2020. The OPPO Reno 5G is 5G ready, which means that once O2 5G is available in your area, with this device, a new 5G tariff, and a 5G sim, you can benefit from a better and more reliable connection in extra busy places, delay-free downloads and buffer-free streaming. Find out more on our 5G roll-out here!
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