OnePlus 10R review
In the software department, OnePlus easily trumps Realme with its UI. As we’ve mentioned in our previous reviews, OxygenOS is among the best out there with little to no bloatware, a mature design, and extremely fast.
If we were to nitpick (it’s our job after all) though, the charging brick is, well, the size of a brick. It is massive and heavier than the phone itself, which means fitting it into a handbag isn’t easy.
The triple camera setup at the back is led by a 50MP Sony IMX766 sensor, which does a good job in ideal lighting conditions. It manages to capture plenty of details with good dynamic range and colour reproduction, though we did notice a fair amount of shots having a reddish tinge.
In Night mode, the camera is able to shoot some good looking photos. These shots have a fair amount of details, and not a lot of noise. But they do tend to have artificially boosted colours making the scene look brighter than it actually is.
The ultra-wide angle lens is able to fit in quite a bit into the frame, but one does notice a loss of details at the corners. As for the macro lens, the less said the better. Trying to focus on a subject requires the training and patience of a kung fu master.
A flagship killer with hyper-fast charging speeds
|6.7in Fluid AMOLED 120Hz
|MediaTek Dimensity 8100 Max
|12GB RAM / 256GB storage
|50MP + 8MP + 2MP
|4,500mAh 150W fast-charging
|Android 12 (OxygenOS)
|163 x 75.5 x 8.2 mm