We’ve been treated to some excellent camera-focused smartphones in the midrange segment, but OPPO‘s upcoming number series promises to up the ante even further.
(Update, November 23: The OPPO Reno11 and OPPO Reno11 Pro are official!)
The brand made an interesting announcement today, revealing that the OPPO Reno11 lineup will launch in China on November 23 boasting a camera capable of capturing SLR-quality portraits. Of course, this is not the first time such a claim has been made — and it won’t be the last, that’s for sure. But given the company’s pedigree in photography, it’s likely that the Reno11 phones could deliver on that promise to some degree.
The series will include the OPPO Reno11 and OPPO Reno11 Pro, which will be offered in four distinct color options: Fluorite Blue, Turquoise, Obsidian Black, and Moonstone.
According to reports, the Reno11 Pro packs a curved OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and 2,160Hz PWM dimming for better eye protection. Leaks also suggest a 50-megapixel Sony LYT-700 main image sensor with OIS at the back alongside an 8-megapixel ultrawide and a dedicated 2x telephoto camera driven by a 32-megapixel Sony IMX 709 sensor.
It will allegedly come with a 4nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset under the hood, paired with a 4,700mAh battery that supports SUPERVOOC fast charging up to 80 watts, just like the previous generation. Recall that the same high-end Snapdragon SoC was featured in this year’s OPPO Reno10 Pro Plus 5G.
As for the regular variant, the OPPO Reno11 is said to be powered by a midrange MediaTek Dimensity 8200 chip and might offer slower 67-watt fast charging on a slightly bigger 4,800mAh battery. The primary sensor could also be replaced with a Sony LYT-600, while retaining the same set of ultrawide and telephoto cameras as the OPPO Reno11 Pro.
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