Oppo F11 Pro with pop-up selfie electronic camera dripped in hands-on-video; Anticipated specifications, functions and design – Times Now



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Oppo F11 Pro

Oppo F11 Pro Source- Boby Do & nbsp

Oppo just recently presented the Oppo K1 at a starting price of Rs. 16,990 and now it is all set to introduce the Oppo F11 Pro in India on March 5. With just a couple of weeks away from the official launch, the smartphone has been subjected to leak. Recently the promo video was dripped and now the hands-on-video has appeared online. Though the video did not reveal anything new, it validates the previous leaks. In the video, Oppo F11 Pro can be seen boasting triple rear cameras and a gradient colour glass body.

The hands-on-video was shared by a username Boby Do on Twitter. The four-second video verifies that the gadget will not sport a front-facing electronic camera, it will come with a pop-up selfie video camera. However, in the video, the pop-up system appears to be missing as the rear video camera has been turned on and not the front electronic camera. The pop-up selfie video camera might look similar to that present in just recently launched Vivo V15 Pro.

As far as the design is worried, the Oppo F11 Pro can be seen sporting a shiny finish with black, purple and blue colour gradient panel. At the back, the rear electronic cameras can be seen put vertically accompanied by an LED flash and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.

Oppo F11 Pro specs and functions (expected)

According to the previous leaks and rumours, Oppo F11 Pro will feature a 6.5-inch display screen. It will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC paired with 6GB or 8GB of RAM. For optics, it is expected to get here with a triple-rear camera set up while at the back, it might come with a 25- megapixel sensor and a 12- megapixel sensor. It will pack an effective 4,500 mAh battery with VOOC fast-charging technology. Further, it might feature an in-display fingerprint scanner.

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