OPPO and BYD Electronic Jointly Developed Starry Rain Lithography Process For Reno7 Series

OPPO and BYD Electronic Jointly Developed Starry Rain Lithography Process

OPPO and BYD Electronic Jointly Developed Starry Rain Lithography Process

This week, the new OPPO Reno7 series was officially released, with the star rain wish, morning gold/twilight snow gold, starry night black three colorways. Among them, the “Starry Rain Wish” back cover adopts the industry’s first aerospace-grade starry rain lithography process, with 1.2 million meteor shower textures, complemented by a starry sky-like color scheme.

Followed by, BYD Electronics said that the starry rain lithography process was jointly developed by OPPO and BYD Electronics, using LDI (Laser Direct Imaging) technology to create the first LDI process into the back cover of a cell phone, creating a textured pattern with 8-micron lithography precision. With the flow of light to show the warm and cool colors and gradient tones, holding in the hands can also feel the three-dimensional touch of the star trajectory undulation.

As the main supplier of Reno7 series cell phone back covers and the exclusive supplier of Starry Rain Lithography, BYD Electronics also pointed out that the assembly of hidden heat bending fiber, the parameter testing of breathing light, the auxiliary processing and assembly adjustment of ceramic camera decorative piece, Reno7 series back cover assembly auxiliary material quantity and assembly process are multiply increased compared with the previous, the assembly difficulty is the most difficult generation of Reno series.

The star rain lithography process is also the first BYD Electronics to achieve an ultra-fine lenticular texture effect on the surface of the glass back panel. Since the cooperation, BYD Electronics and OPPO jointly created Reno, Realme, and other series of smartphones with more than twenty models.

In addition to the high-value design, the OPPO Reno7 series is also very good in hardware, the series of cell phones debut Sony IMX709 sensor, the sensor by OPPO and Sony joint design, OPPO invested 300 engineers, took 3 years of research and development cycle to build completed. Check out the OPPO Reno7 Pro review to see the effect.

Sensor part, integrated with OPPO’s self-developed RGBW image fusion unit, but also the industry’s first front sensor equipped with hardware-grade DOL-HDR, backlight scenes can also produce clear and natural portrait effect. Officially, compared to its predecessor, the IMX709 has improved light sensitivity by 60% and reduced noise by 35%, making it a new generation of “night vision”.

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