Oppo is one such brand which is never afraid of teasing its upcoming smartphone’s specifications on social media and the same continues with the upcoming Oppo R11 and R11 Plus- Oppo’s new mid-range smartphones.
Both these names have been rounding the internet for a while now. Some of the key details about both the phones have already leaked online along with some officially confirmed specs from both Oppo and chip maker Qualcomm.
Recently, both the phones have received TENAA regulatory certification that allegedly revealed the key specs for both phones and also the existence of bigger variant- R11 Plus.
Coming to the specs of the phones, the Oppo R11 will feature a 5.5-inch Full HD AMOLED display, whereas the R11 Plus will get a massive 6-inch screen with the same screen resolution of 1080*1920 pixels. The display on these phones will be protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5 technology.
Qualcomm in China’s microblogging site confirmed that the Oppo R11 and R11 Plus would be powered the Snapdragon 660 chipset, which was announced recently. The R11 will get a 4 GB of RAM module, whereas the R11 Plus will be hammered with 6 GB of RAM.
These all are just basic specifications of the phone, and the major USP of Oppo R11 series is the rear camera. You might be surprised here because Oppo is a pioneer in the selfie camera department, but the Oppo R11 will feature a groundbreaking rear camera.
Oppo has already started teasing the rear cameras of Oppo R11 series. There will be two cameras at the back of both phones with one capturing RGB shots, and the other one captures 2X zoom shots. Also, Oppo is touting that the 2X Zoom photos will not lose the clarity.
This is the same technology Oppo showcased at the MWC 2017, and the R11 & R11 Plus are the first phones to get the new camera technology.
Nonetheless, both the devices will feature a powerful 20MP camera at the front as well, which is very much expected from an Oppo phone.
Coming to other aspects, both the phones will feature metal bodies with an iPhone 7 Plus lookalike design.
Both the phones will run Android 7.1.1 based Color OS 3.0, and they will be the first phones to boot the latest OS from the Chinese company.
Battery wise, the Oppo R11 will have a smaller 2900mAh battery powering it, while the R11 Plus will come with a beefy 3880mAh battery. The launch date of both the phones is yet to be revealed by Oppo.