Oppo Reno2 F is a part of the latest offering that came out together with the big brother Reno2. From the looks, both look similar, but there are considerable differences, major among them is the conventional pop-up selfie camera in the Oppo Reno2 F, but a shark-fin design finds a place in the higher-end model.
However, both are similar in the battery compartment, carrying 4000 mAh capacity that boosts up the experience further with 20W VOOC flash charger 3.0 for speedy charging.
To test the might of its battery, we processed it through our lab and the results are here.
If you don’t want to read, you can play the video instead to visually see the performance.
1) Battery Charging
As the mid-range smartphone comes with fast charging capability, we found that a full charge from 0 to 100 percent took one hour and sixteen minutes (1 hr & 16 mins) which is pretty fast for a phone of this price range. At the start of the charging, the device temperature was noted as 29.4 centigrade that merely rose to 32.1 centigrade at the time the charging ended.
2) Back to back video play
In order to drain the phone fully, we usually play the movie back to back in a loop with the following settings;
- Volume = Full
- Brightness = 50%
- SIM Cards = Dual and active
- Mobile Data = Off
- Wifi = Off
It took nearly 10 hours and 5 minutes to bring the battery juice from 100% to 0%.
3) 4.5 hours app test
In our third test in which we run certain resource-eating applications on the phone that are common among the masses. For the test, we try to make it as a real-life case as possible by running applications on the mobile data (4G) with both the SIM inside and active.
In the case of Oppo Reno2 F, we run the following 9 apps for 30 minutes each that include Instagram, SoundCloud, Tiktok, Video recording, Whatsapp (video call), YouTube, Phone call, PUBG Mobile, and Dead Trigger2.
The phone produced the following results in our 4.5 hours of this test.
- Instagram = 7%
- Video Recording = 9%
- SoundCloud = 5%
- Tiktok = 10%
- Whatsapp Video call = 5%
- Phone call = 2%
- YouTube = 6%
- PUBG Mobile = 10%
- Dead Trigger2 = 7%
Overall, it consumed 61% battery during our social media app test which looks fairly decent battery optimization, if not the best.
Watch the battery test video
Oppo Reno2 F comes with 6.5 inches of AMOLED display of 1080 x 2340 pix screen resolution. It runs Android 9.0 and ColorOS 6.1 on top of it. To power the phone, there is an octa-core Helio P70 under the hood accompanied by Mali G72 GPU.
It supports 8GB RAM and 128GB internal memory with additional support for a microSD card of up to 256GB.