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OPPO Reno6 5G Display test: Good screen uniformity

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The Oppo Reno6 5G appeared on the market in June 2021. Here are some of its key results in our comprehensive Display tests.

Key display specifications:

  • 6.4-inch OLED display
  • 156.8 x 72.1 x 7.6 mm (6.17 x 2.84 x 0.30 inches)
  • Resolution: 1080 x 2440 (410 ppi)
  • Aspect ratio: 20:9
  • Refresh rate: 90 Hz
  • MediaTek Dimensity 900 5G (6 nm) chipset

About DXOMARK Display tests: For scoring and analysis in our smartphone and other display reviews, DXOMARK engineers perform a variety of objective and perceptual tests under controlled lab and real-life conditions. This article highlights the most important results of our testing. Note that we evaluate display attributes using only the device’s built-in display hardware and its still image (gallery) and video apps at their default settings. (For in-depth information about how we evaluate smartphone and other displays, check out our articles, “How DXOMARK tests display quality” and “A closer look at DXOMARK Display testing.”)

Test summary


Sub-scores and attributes included in the calculations of the global score.

Oppo Reno6 5G








Please be aware that beyond this point, we have not modified the initial test results. While data and products remain fully comparable, you might encounter mentions and references to the previous scores.


  • Uniform in brightness and color.
  • Faithful color indoors.


  • Unstable triggering of outdoor image enhancement.
  • Oversaturated colors on HDR10 video content color.

The Oppo Reno 6 5G’s performance in our Display protocol tests placed it in the middle of the pack among all devices tested thus far, albeit slightly on the lower side.

Brightness vs Contrast comparison (0 Lux)
Brightness vs Contrast comparison (30 000 Lux)
In terms of readability, the Reno6 5G is slightly glaring in a low-light environment during the day, but its low-light brightness decreases at nighttime to a suitable level. Brightness is low outdoors despite image enhancement performed under sunlight (as illustrated below).
Readability under sunlight, from left to right: Oppo Reno6 5G, Oppo Find X3 Lite, Google Pixel 5
(Photo credit: DXOMARK; for illustration only)

The Oppo Reno6 5G has very good brightness and color uniformity across its screen.

Brightness and color uniformity, Oppo Reno6 5G
(Photo credit: DXOMARK; for illustration only)

With respect to color, a pink cast is often visible, especially in low-light conditions. Outdoors, an orange cast is noticeable. Overall, the Oppo Reno6 5G has fairly accurate color fidelity for content in the sRGB color space (left), though somewhat less so in the P3 color space (right). In the charts below, the center of each circle is the target color; the further the tip of the arrow is outside of the circle, the more users will notice the difference between the color on the display and the original color of the source material.

Oppo Reno6 5G, color fidelity at 1000 lux in the sRGB color space
Oppo Reno6 5G, color fidelity at 1000 lux in the P3 color space

When viewed on angle, the Reno6 5G’s white point shifts to blue and then into pink. These shifts are illustrated below in the P3 color space, as denoted by the many dots falling outside of both the inner and outer circles.

Oppo Reno6 5G, scatter graph of white point on angle in P3 color space
While the Oppo Reno6 5G’s brightness is low when watching HDR10 content, the contrast is too high and dark details are missing. A greenish cast is visible on HDR10 videos and colors are oversaturated, leading to an unnatural-looking and often very orange skin tone rendering.
Video color, clockwise from top left: Oppo Reno6 5G, Google Pixel 5, Oppo Find X3 Lite
(Photo credit: DXOMARK; for illustration only)

The Reno6 5G shows a few frame drops on 30 fps videos (left) and many frame drops on 60 fps videos (right). However, frame drops are not visible when playing video games. When moving forwards or backwards in a video, the device pauses before resuming playback.

Oppo Reno6 5G, frame drops at 30 fps
Oppo Reno6 5G, frame drops at 60 fps

Although its zoom is capped, the Reno6 5G’s touch accuracy in the gallery app is satisfying. While gaming, every part of the screen is responsive to touch. The device is quite smooth when browsing, but a few steps are visible when swiping through photos in the gallery app.

The device reacts to some ghost touches, especially in landscape mode, and aliasing is visible when playing video games.

Aliasing closeup, Oppo Reno6 5G
(Photo credit: DXOMARK; for illustration only)
Aliasing closeup, Oppo Reno6 5G
(Photo credit: DXOMARK; for illustration only)
Aliasing closeup, Oppo Reno6 5G
(Photo credit: DXOMARK; for illustration only)

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