Oppo, the world’s fourth-largest smartphone manufacturer after Samsung, Apple, and Huawei, has announced it’s latest flagships: R11 and R11plus in China. These are the new successor to the Oppo R9s and Oppo R9s Plus. These new phones from Oppo have only been announced and there haven’t been words on phones’ pricing and availability. These two phones come with Dual Cameras on the back and newly announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 inside.
Oppo R11 and R11 Plus: Brief Overview
Oppo R11 and its bigger sibling come in a full metal unibody with Oppo’s “Arc Curve” design language. The Arc Curve is a name given by Oppo for a phone design with a back having curves on all its sides. New to the phone’s design are the two stripped antenna bands on the back of the phone placed on top and bottom edges. The design language, however, seems to be in a match with that of iphone 7 plus with those horizontally placed dual cameras and the antenna band above them. But it didn’t come as a surprise since it isn’t the first time that an Oppo phone looked like an iPhone.
When it comes to any newly released phone, other than design, what keeps us excited about is certainly what the phone packs inside. Addressing the offerings from Oppo R11 and R11plus, they have 5.5inch and 6inch AMOLED Full HD displays, 4GB and 6GB RAM, and 3000mAh and 4000mAh battery, respectively. Other than the chipsets, what else are common to these phones are, 64GB of onboard storage, the 16MP and 20MP(telephoto) lens on the back along with a 20MP unit on the front and a front mounted fingerprint sensor. Both the phones run on Android 7.1 Nougat with Color OS 3.1 layered on top. Furthermore, both these phones support Oppo’s proprietary VOOC fast charging technology.
Pricing and Availability
Oppo hasn’t released any information regarding the pricing and availability of these two newly announced flagships. However, the phone is likely to get released in its homeland within a month of time but if you’re wondering about the phones’ availability in Nepal. It’s mostly likely that the phone will never make up to the market of Nepal just like its predecessors.
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