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Unboxing & First Impressions of the OPPO Reno10 5G

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OPPO recently launched its Reno 10 series in Kenya with Reno10 Pro 5G and Reno10 5G both presented in ultra-slim body, big battery with SUPERVOOCTM for fast charging at Recommended Retail Price of Ksh 56,999 RRP for the Reno10 5G and Ksh 69,999 for the Reno10 Pro 5G.

I got an Ice Blue OPPO Reno10 5G review unit a few days before the launch and have had some time with it and I love it and I know you will love it too. What stands out is the sleek curved finish and the camera system. Like its predecessor, the Reno 8T, the Reno 10 5G comes with a sleek, smooth, curved glossy back. It’s also curved on the front display and features an ultra-slim body. From a distance, you are likely to mistake it for Reno 8T but we will get into the details later.

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Apart from stunning Ice Blue design I got, there is also a Silvery Grey version in the market so if Ice Blue is so girly for you, you can go for the Silver Grey version.

Here is a short video of the unboxing.

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In the Box

Phone x 1
Charger x 1
USB Data Cable x 1
SIM Ejector Tool x 1
Quick Guide x 1
Safety Guide x 1
Protective Case x 1

Quick Specs

Colour: Ice Blue

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Size: 162.43mm by 74.19mm by 7.99mm

Weight: 185g


ROM: 256GB

Display: 6.7″

Camera: Rear

Main camera: 64MP
Telephoto: 32MP
Ultra-wide-angle: 8MP



Chip: MediaTek Dimensity 7050

CPU: 8 cores

GPU: ARM Mail-G68 MC4

Battery: 5000mAh/19.45Wh (Typical) with SUPERVOOCTM 67W Fast Charge

SIM: SIM 2 Support: Nano-SIM card / Nano-USIM card

USB Interface: USB Type-C

Earphone Jack: Type-C

Operating System: ColorOS 13.1

Display & Design

The Ice Blue back finish gives the phone a sparkling, shimmering look and the 3D cover finish also comes with OPPO Glow which glows and shifts colour depending on the light. The curved 3D cover also makes the phone smooth and comfortable in the hand due to its slim body structure.

The shiny plastic back cover has the phone’s powerful camera system at the top left and the OPPO logo at the bottom right. The power and volume buttons are on the right edge while the left edge is clear and smooth for hand support. OPPO Reno8 T has the power button on the right while its volume keys are on the left edge. OPPO Reno 10 5G top edge has proximity sensors and the IR blasterIR to remote control your TVs, air conditioners ,DVD player, projector,fans, camera and many others.

The bottom edge has USB Type C in the middle, memory and SIM slot on the left and the stereo speaker on the right. The curved 6.7″ display has minimal bezels surrounding it and on the top side is the front camera and speaker. The bottom section on the display has the menu with home button, the back button and recent button.

Camera System

I talked about the OPPO Reno 10’s camera system briefly and I will get into detail later. It has a main camera of 64MP, a 32MP Telephoto, an 8MP Ultra-wide-angle camera and a 32MP Front camera. I will just show its photos now but in the review I will include enough photos taken by the OPPO Reno 10 5G in different modes for us to get a deep dive into its performance in my review article.


The Reno10 is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 7050 SoC that promising fast and reliable performance to its users. On battery performance, the Reno10 packs a 5000mAh battery, with 67W SUPERVOOCTM charging to 100% in just 47 minutes.  

With the additional support from OPPO’s exclusive Battery Health Engine, the effective battery lifespan of both the Reno10 Pro 5G and the Reno10 5G can be extended to as many as hours as possible.

Reno10 5G comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of ROM and supports OPPO’s innovative RAM Expansion technology, which virtually converts unused ROM space into up to an additional 12GB and 8GB of RAM for enhanced performance.

OPPO Reno10 5G

OPPO Reno 10 5G

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Sam Wakoba
Sam Wakoba
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