OPPO Reno 11F 5G leaks: D7050, 64MP main: triple cam setup, the portrait expert?

OPPO is expanding its Reno11 series with the upcoming Reno11F 5G, set to join the international lineup alongside the Reno11 and Reno 11 Pro. A detailed leak has provided insights into the key specifications and design of the Reno11F.

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Featuring a flat 6.7-inch AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution and a smooth 120Hz refresh rate, the device boasts an in-display fingerprint scanner for added security. The front is equipped with a 32MP camera to capture stunning selfies.

Image via: GSMArena

Boasting a Dimensity 7050 processor tailored for light to medium usage, the OPPO Reno 11F 5G stands out as a powerhouse in the mid-range smartphone category. Paired with a generous 8+256GB storage combination, this device promises an impressive blend of performance and storage capacity, establishing itself as a top contender within its price range.

On the back, the Reno11F houses a powerful camera setup, including a 64MP main camera with an OV64B sensor, an 8MP ultrawide camera (IMX355), and a 2MP macro camera. Running on ColorOS 14 based on Android 14, the device is powered by a robust 5,000 mAh battery supporting 67W SuperVOOC fast charging. Notably, the phone holds an IP65 rating for water and dust resistance.

The OPPO Reno11F 5G will be available in attractive green, pink, and blue colors and is scheduled for launch on February 24 in Malaysia. This addition to the Reno11 series promises an immersive visual experience, powerful camera capabilities, and swift charging technology for users seeking a high-performance 5G device.



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