Oppo F11 Pro TVC Promises Amazing Cameras
Oppo has been continuously leaking its next big smartphone. Dubbed The Oppo F11 Pro, the device has been slated for release in the coming weeks. Oppo hasn’t been particularly quiet about its upcoming flagship so we have quite a good idea of what to expect due to a TVC the company posted on it’s Youtube channel. So lets see what we have on our hands
A 48MP Camera..
Just like the awesome Honor View 20 and the just released Xiaomi Mi 9, Oppo F11 Pro will have a 48MP primary camera on the back. The 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor which will be responsible for the photography here is shown to be quite a capable sensor. The sensor uses pixel binning. This tech combines the light information from 4 pixels into one to produce one 12MP image. The resulting 12MP image has an effective pixel size of 1.6 microns. If implemented correctly images will be sharp, color rich and will pack bonkers amount of detail.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words.
We say a #BrilliantPortrait is worth even more.
— OPPO (@oppo) February 13, 2019
All Screen, No Notch
A video was posted to Youtube which showed The Oppo F11 Pro from all the angles and praised it’s Low Light Portrait capabilities.
As you can see, the device has a dual camera setup on the back. There is a fingerprint scanner on the back. The all-glass design although not new but certainly does look attractive. We are digging this paint job too.
Things get more interesting around the front. As you can see it in the video above, the front is all screen. There is no notch and no hole punch. There will be a 32MP pop-up selfie camera for crisp selfies. This comes as no surprise. Oppo have released mechanized camera systems in the past like The Oppo FindX.
Aside from the cameras, we have standard 2019 flagship smartphone specs. 6 gigs of RAM, 128GB of storage, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855. Keeping the lights on is a massive 4500mAh battery. Good stuff all around! Kudos to Oppo.
Release date and pricing information remain unknown. If you were to ask us we would say it will probably cost between $600 to $700. For now all we can hope for is a device that is as good in real life as it is on paper. Will you be buying one? Answer in the comments down below!