This phone may be known as the Oppo Reno7 5G or the Oppp Find X5 Lite depending on where you live. On any case, it defies current trends by including a microSD slot and a 3.5mm socket in the spec sheet of its predecessor — a tried-and-true technique to win over enthusiasts. These and other changes are discussed in detail in our video review, as well as how the phone compares to other mid-range phones:
The Reno7 5G comes around half a year after the Reno6 5G, so it’s a rather minor advance, as Will explains. Oppo has added HDR10+ support to the 90Hz AMOLED panel and increased the standard storage to 256GB. While these are welcome additions, we wish Oppo had pre-installed a more recent version of ColorOS, as this one is based on Android 11. It would have been wonderful to have some water resistance as well.
We also have a written evaluation where you can listen to recordings from the speakers, examine camera samples in greater detail, and read our battery life and charging report, among other things.