Oppo’s obsession with selfie sensors and cameras in general has reached newer heights with the R11. The smartphone’s one of the company’s power houses with immense potential to topple the baddest devices out there. Commanding an expected launching price of 40,000 rupees, the smartphone offers a lot for its price.
As of September 2017, a lot of smartphones feature a similar display to the iPhone 7 Plus especially when it comes to their back panels. Same goes for the Oppo R11 as it somewhat perfectly mimics the aforementioned iPhone with its all metal back, antenna bands, the dual-primary sensor and a sleek build. By sleek, we mean it features a 6.8mm width and weighs in at 150g; those are some excellent dimensions by all means.
The R11 features a nice display with both quantitative and qualitative prowess; that’s primarily been possible due to the presence of a large 5.5 inches IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 401ppi pixel density topped with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. Well capable of sporting a 1080p HD resolution, the display does many things perfectly that ranges from producing stunning graphics to displaying true colours.
As previously mentioned, the smartphone continues Oppo’s prowess in producing some of the biggest cameraphones out there in the market; the R11 definitely features two of the biggest sensors currently available in the market on not one but both of its fronts.
Starting with the primary camera we have a huge 20 + 16 MP dual primary sensor with much more to show for than only its megapixels; that includes splendid camera features such as phase detection autofocus and 2160p video recording quality. The selfie sensor stands at a miraculous amount of 20MP. There simply aren’t many bigger sensors out there and the R11 not only promises a bigger size but admirable photo and videography prowess.
The smartphone is a wonderful mixture of hardware and aesthetics. While we’re done with the latter, it’s time to focus on the hardware side of things; the R11 is powered by an octa-core processor with 4 gigs of RAM. Adequately equipped to run the built-in Android Nougat, the smartphone ensures a lag-free user experience atop its Color OS v3.1.
In another exciting piece of news, the R11 features 64GB internal storage that’s much more than what one would initially expect from the smartphone. An external card-slot expandable up to 256GB is also available while the fingerprint scanner is embedded underneath the Samsung-styled home button.
In compliance with other modern requirements, the smartphone also shelters Fast Charging, dual-SIM capability, a 3000 mAh non-removable battery while you’re free to pick its exterior from Black, Gold and Rose Gold colour schemes. That’s a power-packed device for you within 40,000 rupees.
Oppo R11's lowest price in Pakistan is Rs.40000.
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