Oppo announced its F11 and F11 Pro to the world, starting with the Indian market. The difference between the Oppo F11 Pro and the F11 has its selfie camera in a waterdrop-styled notch in the screen while the F11 Pro has an all screen front and a pop-up mechanism.
The F11 and F11 Pro have 6.53-inch 1080x2340px IPS LCDs, which Oppo claims have their own RAM to preserve energy. Regardless of placement, the selfie camera is a 16MP f/2.0 snapper. In the F11 Pro it’s elevated by a motorized mechanism, similar to the vivo V15 Pro, only here it slides out in the center of the frame.
There are two cameras on the rear, a main 48MP f/1.8 1/2.3″ snapper and an auxiliary 5MP f/2.4 depth-sensor. The main camera uses pixel binning to capture 12MP shots with a promise of great sharpness and low noise. There’s also an Ultra Night Mode that will work similarly to Google’s Night Sight or Huawei’s Night Mode.
There’s AI in the camera with 23 types of recognized scenes and color enhancement, which is Color Mapping.
The Oppo F11 and F11 Pro have ample 4,000mAh batteries that can be fast-charged with VOOC 3.0 speeds, Oppo claims a full charge will take 80 minutes. However charging is done through microUSB port.
Processing is done by a MediaTek Helio P70 mated to either 4GB or 6GB of RAM. There are 64GB or 128GB of non-expandable storage.
The Pro is offered in either a triple-color gradient Thunder Black or a double-color gradient Aurora Green. The F11 comes in Flourite Purple, Marble Green or Jewelry White.