Oppo launches F11, F11 Pro in India

Oppo F11 Pro Oppo F11 launched in India starting at Rs 19,990

Oppo F11 Pro Oppo F11 launched in India starting at Rs 19,990

Oppo F11 is basically the vanilla version of F11 Pro which ditches the 16-megapixel pop-up camera in favor of one housed within a dewdrop style notch. Beyond this, Oppo did not specify a specific launch date for the phone. It's a 6.53-inch "panoramic full screen" with a fullHD+ resolution in an IPS LCD panel. Design-wise, the F11 Pro flaunts a premium look with a 3D gradient glass finish. And a company's Vice President just shared some details about it. A fingerprint scanner can be found under the camera module on the back of the phone. The smartphone is constructed from aluminum alloy that dissipates heat and keeps the temperature lower. Color options are Thunder Black or Aurora Green. However, you won't find this on the F11 Pro. And on the rear, the device sports a dual camera setup. It is accompanied by a 5MP depth sensor. Oppo has chose to go the "Vivo Nex" way and offer a mechanical pop-up front camera. It is placed in the middle of the top of the screen and has AI-backed Beautification feature to enhance selfies and Portrait mode that blurs the background. The Dazzle Color Mode makes pictures appear vivid and vibrant. In India, the Oppo F11 is going for 19,990 INR (about RM1,159). It packs 6GB RAM for smooth and seamless multitasking. The smartphone comes with a Hyperboost feature that optimizes the performance during heavy tasks like games. It runs ColorOS 6 - Oppo's operating system (OS). When it comes to charging up the battery, Oppo's VOOC Flash Charge 3.0 will completely replenish it 20 minutes faster than the previous generation. The company claims that its fast charging is nearly 20 per cent faster than VOOC 1.0. Oppo F11 Pro will compete against the likes of recently launched Vivo V15 Pro, Nokia 8.1, Xiaomi Poco F1 and Samsung Galaxy A7. The F11 comes with nearly the same specs as the Pro model.

Like the Find X, the F11 Pro's main claim to fame is a hidden 16MP "stealth" camera which pops out of the chassis when needed.

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Oppo launched the F11 and F11 Pro smartphones yesterday that are powered by Helio P70 SoC, but more excitingly the company is about to launch a flagship phone soon.

Powering the F11 Pro is a 4,000mAh battery which still charges via microUSB. The rear of the phone, admittedly the most striking bit, is a mishmash of three different colors that stretches from a dark blue to a very pretty purple. Unfortunately, the F11 and F11 Po still use micro USB 2.0 in a market where even the budget devices from HMD Global are retailing with USB Type-C. It will go on sale starting March 15 same time as that of the Oppo F11 Pro.

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