OPPO is expected to launch the Reno11 and Reno11 Pro smartphones later this month, and now press renders and specifications of the phones have surfaced online.
The OPPO Reno11 and Reno11 Pro are expected to feature a curved design, with a new camera module on the back. The camera module has two cameras on the top circle, and the third camera in another circle. The back of the phone also has patterns, and the flash is present next to the camera module.
The OPPO Reno11 Pro is said to feature a 1.5K 120Hz curved OLED screen with 2160Hz PWM dimming, while the OPPO Reno11 is also said to come with a curved OLED screen, but the resolution and refresh rate are not yet known.
The OPPO Reno11 Pro is said to be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, while the OPPO Reno11 is said to be powered by the Dimensity 8200 SoC, both of which a flagship CPUs in their specific gens.
The OPPO Reno11 Pro is said to retain the 50MP rear camera with IMX890 sensor, ƒ/1.8 aperture, OIS, 8MP IMX355 ultra-wide camera with ƒ/2.2 aperture, and a 32MP IMX709 2X telephoto camera.
The standard Reno11 on the other hand is said to get a Sony Lytia LYT600 main camera instead of Omnivision OV64B sensor, while retaining the 8MP IMX355 ultra-wide camera, and a 32MP IMX709 2X telephoto camera.
Both phones will also share similar battery power, but while the Reno11 Pro is said to get a 4700mAh battery with 80W SuperVOOC fast charging, the vanilla Reno11 will pack a 4800mAh battery but with 67W SuperVOOC fast charging.
The OPPO Reno11 Pro is also said to come with an X-axis motor and stereo speakers, and it will come in a plastic frame.
The OPPO Reno11 series is expected to be introduced in China as early as next week, and the official date should be announced later this week, with the Reno11 Pro said to be to be the more expensive of the two, due to processor and display differences.