Weirdest Pop Up Camera Yet?! - Oppo Reno Durability test!
Lets Durability test the Oppo Reno!: Install Raid for Free IOS: clik.cc/9t2te ANDROID: clik.cc/q99Gq Start with 50K silver and get a Free Epic Champion on day 7 of “New Player Rewards” program. The Oppo Reno has the weirdest motorized camera that Ive ever seen. It is a mechanical pop up camera that shoots up at an angle. The OPPO Reno also has a more premium version with a 10x hybrid optical zoom camera integrated into the back. What mechanical pop up camera do you think is best? The 'normal' pop up like the OnePlus 7 pro, the Flip up? The pivoting camera like you see here on the Reno? or the type where the whole back panel shifts up like the Oppo Find X? Let me know in the comments.
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