Oppo F11 and F11 Pro debut with the slogan ‘Brilliant Portrait in low-light’. The smartphones aimed at camera lovers while focusing on user interests, innovations, and modern trends. Vivo NEX got the foothold in the mobile market by becoming the first phone to feature pop-up selfie camera. Walking on the footsteps, Oppo introduced today a motorized 16MP selfie lens based on pop-up mechanism. However, Oppo F11 is getting out of this battlefield with a simple notched selfie display.
Oppo F11 Pro is considered to be a success after Oppo Find X Slider which had failed to achieve its sales target because of the extremely high price equal to an iPhone XS. The story doesn’t end here. Oppo has played a good strategy and launched a 48MP Camera smartphone, Oppo F11 Pro, against the Redmi Note 7 Pro which has unveiled with 48MP Cam in early March 2019.
All is going well with flagship-level features like FullView 6.5inches Display, Color OS 6, Hyper Boost tech and Helio P70 chip. But again, Oppo forgets to maintain Oppo F11 Pro Price, which has risen to $350. However, its 48MP competitor Redmi Note 7 Pro is priced at only $200.
When we look at the specs sheet, the Oppo F11 Pro is a worth buying for a camera and those who don’t like to compromise with performance and latest software updates.
Oppo F11 and F11 Pro unwrapped their beauty with an IPS LCD FHD+ Display in a polished metal frame. The gradient back produces shine in the sunlight. The devices weigh 190 grams, disagreeing easy-to-carry one-handed usage.
Android 9.0 Pie and ColorOS 6 teamed up to offer 2x faster software performance. A 12nm MediaTek chipset, Helio P70 is capable of handling heavy games and rich animated stuff by the help of Octa-core 2.1GHz processor and Mali-G72 GPU.
Users are allowed to choose either 4GB or 6GB RAM paired with 64GB or 128GB storage, according to their requirement. We are lacking a microSD slot, as expected.
Battery inside is of 4000mAh and Oppo announced at the stage that it gives 15 hours of full heavy usage while 5 hours of continuous gaming. F11 Pro sports VOOC Charge 3.0 that is okay for fast charging or at least better than predecessor VOOC 2.
Both the handsets have almost same specs except design and they arrive in two body colors Thunder Black and Aurora Green. Pre-orders are said to start in a week after announcement and shipment will begin from March-end.