Oppo recently announced two smartphones with availability originating in India. The F11 and F11 Pro were heavily teased prior to their launch event. Today, we have the F11 Pro in-house for our thorough round of review testing.
The F11 and F11 Pro are both very similar, but the only difference is that the Pro has a pop-up mechanism for the selfie camera while the F11 has a water-drop notch instead. We’re reviewing the more interesting of the two.
There’s a large 6.53” IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1080x2340 px and the pop-up selfie camera houses a 16MP sensor with f/2.0 aperture. The mechanism is motorized and slides out of the top center of the frame.
On the back are two cameras: one is a 48MP sensor with a secondary 5MP depth sensor each with f1.79 and f/2.4 apertures, respectively. The main cameras uses pixel binning for brighter and clearer images and the phone has its own Ultra Night Mode that lets you take handheld long-exposure photos. We’re excited to check out if the F11 Pro has a well-rounded camera.
The F11 Pro is powered by a MediaTek Helio P70 with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM. As for battery power, there’s a hefty 4,000 mAh battery rechargeable with Oppo’s VOOC 3.0 charger, which Oppo claims can fully charge the phone in 80 minutes. The only downside is the outdated microUSB port.
The Thunder Black unit we received in gorgeous. We love that we’re seeing more attractive design make it all the way to the low and mid-range devices. What do you want to know about the F11 Pro? Leave us a comment!
idk why people keep complaining about micro usb,people always seem to criticize everything just because they don't like it.I am pretty sure even if this phone came with a usb type C,people will still complain and sad part is that they ignore all the ...
My Nexus 5X from 2015 has a type C 1.0 port. Hahahahaaaa ... Oppo f*cked up big time. :-)