OPPO oh OPPO. U just forgot something very important and it is disappointing that u guys forgot it. Software updates. U guys released a flagship but future software updates are likely not going to happen on your phones. I guess I can say there is a 5% chance u guys will push out software updates. Good phone, but when people realize there is no software updates, good luck to u
Review has been made.
Performance wise, it is close to SD820, but graphic performance wise still lose to SD820's Adreno 530 based on 1080p screen. However, there is noticeable almost double improvement over SD653/SD652/SD650.
Still, SD820 or SD835 still better than this chipset.
For this price, seems it's sibling Oneplus 5 is the better deal after all, with SD835, and much more guaranteed OS updates.
kurtdcute, 18 Jul 2017no you don't know what you're saying Dude, go and see for yourself each phone's screen, words can't describe what he wanted to say.
At least this guy do compare it fairly rather than just hyping and believing on the pixel count numbers.
I do experience the same thing with 4K and 1080p TV. At around 40 to 50 inch, I can barely tell which screen is actually the 4K TV if the same high quality video is being played. (using 2 Bluray player to play simultaneously for different output, but using the same 4K video). However, at around 60 inch, I can easily tell the different in pixel density, simply the 4K TV is much denser. This also only noticeable if I stand very close to the TV, like 1 to 5 feet. If I stand beyond that point, all TV start to look almost the same again regardless of screen resolution.
I am pretty aware of those as almost all retail store at my country play very low quality DVD, or using composite cable to play those video content on 1080p TV to make them look bad.
Hdud, 17 Jul 2017Dude if u want make comparison u must use s8 because s8 support 2k and fhd.. Not your fhd phon... moreI tested with 2K screen's LG G3, OPPO Find 7, Samsung Galaxy S7, vs the 1080p Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Xiaomi Redmi Note 2, Xiaomi Redmi Note 3, Xiaomi Mi Max.
And yes, those phone with 1080p screen do support playback 2K resolution video (VLC player), the video player downscale 2K video to fit the 1080p screen.
I also loaded 4K video to played on these phone. These phones has no issue to playback the 4K video as well. And absolutely no different in sharpness even if I look very closely to the screen.
The weird illusion did happen, the Xiaomi Mi Max 1080p screen, being the lowest ppi (342 ppi) among this comparison, actually let my eye notice more detail on the video, due to it's large screen size(6.44"), my eye actually much easier to notice the extra detail in the video. Samsung S7 on the other hand, is being the one that is difficult to convince my eye to actually viewing a 2K screen, as the extra video detail is much more difficult to be noticed. It is having the smallest screen(5.1"), with highest ppi (577ppi).
Someone Else, 13 Jul 20171080p is perfectly sharp on 5.5 inch display, 2K is overkill. I have compared side by side be... moreDude if u want make comparison u must use s8 because s8 support 2k and fhd.. Not your fhd phone that dont support 2k video
130988, 16 Jul 2017i can get mi 5 with snapdragon 820 with this priceEven the XIAOMI MI 6 with a SNAPDRAGON 835 is affordable at this range ;)
The Oppo R11 is a dual-SIM phone powered by a Qualcomm chipset, which means excellent support for a wide range of mobile wireless connectivity. This includes ten LTE, four GSM, CDMA, and five 3G bands. VoLTE is supported as well for improved audio quality.
Oppo, it's too expensive's brands. Better to go to Samsung, LG, Sony than Oppo, Vivo with around same price and specification... :)
Someone Else, 13 Jul 20171080p is perfectly sharp on 5.5 inch display, 2K is overkill. I have compared side by side be... moreMaybe he has eagle eyes. I only have human eyes like you and indeed 1080p on 5.5" is more than adequate, 1440p doesn't make enough visible difference to my eyes, yet it will drain battery more.
xXENDER FREAKXx, 30 Jun 20171080x1920 screen on 5.5 inch. Pffftttt just like OnePlus 5 just did and people are not happy with itPeople who not happy with Oneplus 5 because of 1080p screen is idiot.
1080p screen is perfectly fine, it balance performance and battery life.
And the main thing is the sharpness of the screen actually is remained, and not reduced.
It is not inferior to 2K screen on such small screen size.
xXENDER FREAKXx, 12 Jul 20171080x1920 FHD on a 5.5 inch is unacceptable. The sharpness is not that sharp as compared to a ... more1080p is perfectly sharp on 5.5 inch display, 2K is overkill.
I have compared side by side between the 2 on 5.5" screen, I load up 2K video into both phone to play, load up 2K resolution high quality image, web browsing, playing 3D games, I find nothing different in term of sharpness, even when I stare very close 2 inch to the screen, I still can't find any sharpness lost on 1080p 5.5" screen, or any sharpness gain on 2K 5.5" screen.
And please, don't play Youtube video online to make comparison, Youtube will load 2K video on 2K screen phone, and only allow to load 1080p video on 1080p screen phone, and the detail and sharpness lost seen on 1080p phone is because of video compression issue, not screen issue. 2K/4K video on Youtube actually is better quality with much larger file size, not just increase in resolution.
If I download the 2K/4K video and played offline on both phone, both looks the same.
So, blame Youtube for inconsistent video compression quality on different video resolution rather than blaming the phone screen.
yuutokun, 12 Jul 2017please tell me more about different 4k vs 1080p on 5.5 stuff ? its not 40inch screen but only ... more1080x1920 FHD on a 5.5 inch is unacceptable. The sharpness is not that sharp as compared to a 5.2 inch. If they made it QHD it will be better.