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OPPO AI Eraser rolling out to Reno11 Series phones in PH

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OPPO today announced that its new AI Eraser, which promises to seamlessly erase unwanted objects from your photos, is now available on the Reno11 series of smartphones — initially to users in the Philippines.

Basically, it’s like a magic wand for cleaning up those sneaky photobombs. The AI-powered tool is currently rolling out to the Reno11 Pro 5G, Reno11 5G, and Reno11 F 5G, OPPO’s entry point in the Reno line, via an over-the-air or OTA update.

While object-removal tools are nothing new, OPPO says its own version, which uses proprietary LLM and generative AI technology, is best-in-class and delivers natural-looking results, without leaving behind noticeable glitches or messy edits. Based on the company’s claims, the AI Eraser on the Reno11 series aims for a truly spotless image.

Say goodbye to photobombs!

Imagine you’re celebrating a colorful festival, ready to take that joyful group photo. Suddenly, a random passerby inadvertently photobombs your moment. OPPO says with AI Eraser, you can simply draw a circle around the person or object, and the AI takes care of the rest, leaving you with a perfect, distraction-free shot.

This could be a big deal for a midrange line like the Reno11 series, since you’re getting flagship-level editing software without the flagship price tag. In the Philippines, the OPPO Reno11 Pro 5G will set you back P31,999 (around $566 converted), while the more affordable Reno11 5G and Reno11 F 5G cost P24,999 ($442) and P18,999 ($336), respectively.

AI Eraser feature on the OPPO Reno11 series via Revu Philippines
AI Eraser feature on the OPPO Reno11 series. For updates, follow OPPO Philippines’ Facebook page

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 16 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between.