OPPO Reno6 Pro: how does it take photos? We flew to Puglia to find out

OPPO Reno6 Pro: come fa le foto? Siamo volati in Puglia per scoprirlo thumbnail

During our test of Oppo Reno6 Pro we spent a weekend in Puglia for the Polignano a Mare stage of Redbull Cliff Diving World Series, the most extreme diving competition in the world that every year leaves the Apulians and not only in the mouth. In this article you will find some of the photos we took with the Oppo smartphone designed specifically for creators.

Don’t know what Redbull Cliff Diving is? I try to explain it to you with this short video on TikTok.

Oppo Reno6 Pro: the review

A few more technical details for the tech spec fanatics. On board this Oppo Reno 6 Pro we have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor which replaces the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 of the global version.
But the strong point of this smartphone is the photographic sector with a 32 megapixel front camera and four rear sensors. In the order we have the 13 MP telephoto lens, the camera 50 MP main– which also uses an exclusive version of the Sony IMX766 sensor – and the16MP ultra-wide angle.
In order not to miss anything, we also have the goal 2 MP macro.
On the software front, Oppo has also worked a lot on artificial intelligence to optimize images in any light condition.

In any case, below you can find the complete review of Oppo Reno6 PRO.

The photos taken with Oppo Reno6 Pro in Puglia

Find below 26 shots – strictly not edited – performed in all possible light conditions and using all the sensors available on the Oppo Reno6 Pro smartphone.
I know, I know, there is not only Polignano a Mare in this small reportage but also a wonderful Monopoli that I had never visited before until now. Overall the shots are great in optimal light conditions while some small stumbles perhaps we find in the photos in the dark. But overall their rendering is very pleasant.