Oppo has been playing aggressively in the Indian smartphone market with the launch of its budgetary Realme series as well as offering premium features at an affordable price range, concluding in stiffer market competition.
The last product offering from the company was Oppo K1 which offered a screen embedded fingerprint sensor for less than INR 20,000. The Chinese firm is now set to further disrupt India’s smartphone segment with the launch of its Oppo F11 Pro device today.
The device will offer a full-screen display design unfollowing the notch trend and will boast a mechanical pop-up camera similar to Vivo V15 Pro. Besides a full frontal display, the smartphone will also come with a 48 Megapixel rear camera blended with a 5 Megapixel secondary camera
The company claims that the dual camera setup promises outstanding portrait photos. It is however unclear whether the smartphone will sport a Sony IMX586 sensor or a Samsung sensor for its primary 48MP shooter.
The company also packs in a 4000mAh battery which will support VOOC 3.0 fast charging. The company claims that VOOC 3.0 will be 20 per cent faster than the first generation VOOC charging.
While there are active conversations that the device will pack in a MediaTek Helio P70 processor, the teaser trailer from Oppo confirms that the device will offer a 6GB of Ram and 64GB storage. On the operating system front, the smartphone will offer ColorOS 6.0 expected to be based on Android 9 Pie.
The new version will integrate AI algorithms and will be smarter than its predecessor. The device will be available in two colour variants Aurora Green and Thunder Black and is expected to come at a price tag of INR 25,000