Whizz Speed Charge And PC Connect Now Found On Oppo Reno7 5G

OPPO brings to mind the additional features to its newest flagship, the Reno7 5G. The phone comes packed with a 4,500mAh battery that supports OPPO’s 65W SUPERVOOCTM charging technology, Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G with an industry-leading 6nm processor.

This processor welcomes you into the 5G world and the most suitable Connect to PC function that makes sharing, syncing and working on both your PC and Reno7 5G much easier.

With 33W SUPERVOOCTM, the Reno 7 allows ample time for you to charge the phone’s 4500mAh battery to 100% in as little as 35 minutes. Plus, a 5-minute charge is enough to offer 1.68 hours of movie playbacks, meaning no worries about battery life. Users are guaranteed quick top-ups to the battery charge, even if connecting for a few minutes. This allows the Reno7 5G last a full day even when thoroughly used.

With the OPPO Reno7 5G, you have the ability to transfer files from their PCs to your phone conveniently. The PC Connect app (available on OPPO’s website) allows you to:

  1. Never miss out on important messages. View and process text messages and app notifications straight from your PC.
  2. Sync clipboards. Your PC clipboard is also synced with your phone. Simply copy text from your phone and paste it to your PC.
  3. Sync photos and screenshots. Take a photo or screenshot on your phone and view it on your PC. You can also copy or save the image or simply drag it to a program on your PC for use

In just 3 easy steps, install the PC Connect App on your Laptop/PC (available on the OPPO website), then Scan and Connect to your OPPO Reno7 5G and start Sharing. It’s as simple as that. This is a connect feature you can most look forward to on the OPPO Reno7 5G Series. It lets you control your phone swiftly, without any wires or other hassles.

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