Oppo returned to offer the next great cellphone camera, when the latest F11 Pro series was officially announced yesterday. What makes it really tempting for users is the presence of a 48-megapixel camera plus 1080p notch-less display and of course the 16-megapixel Selfie Pop-up Camera that feels so fun.
This mid-range class phone comes with a screen size of 6.5 “and is a bit similar to what the V15 Pro can offer from Vivo, although it has slightly lower specifications. Even so, the latest phones from Oppo can offer other great forms of Smartphone for users with the power of the AI Camera of the highest quality as the main dish.
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As for the internal specifications, the F11 Pro is ready to be presented with the power of the MediaTek Helio P70 processor, 4GB or 6GB RAM, and a 4,000 mAh battery that can be charged quickly with Oppo VOOC 3.0 technology. The manufacturer also provides a conventional capacitive fingerprint sensor on the back, which has a unique red-black-blue gradient effect. And yes, like the V15 Pro, it has a combination of I / O retro headphone jack and Micro USB port.
Although this dish feels Fresh, but this is not Oppo’s first self-up camera where we have seen it in the Find X series that came last year. It’s just that this is the first to adopt the Vivo style of a small module that appears from the top of the cellphone rather than the Find X method that enhances the entire top of the cellphone.
The Find X approach is allowed to unlock the face with an X-iPhone 3D-style scanner, but the F11 Pro only offers less secure camera-based functionality. If you agree with that, then you can still use it in the same way as Find X by swiping on the lock screen to quickly raise and hide the camera.
What about prices? Oppo apparently hasn’t announced pricing information for the F11 Pro in its entirety, and will only be released in India at the beginning. While other regions such as Southeast Asia, the Middle East and North Africa will only follow. However, according to GSmarena, this series will have a price range of 320 euros or around 5.1 million. Intrigued by the specifications? You can see the details here.