Last night Oppo announced that they will be taking wraps off their kind-of flagship phone, the Oppo R11s, on November 2. Oppo hasn’t had a flagship since years and this is as close as you can get to a flagship in Oppo’s colours. The Oppo R11s has already passed 3C certification as well as TENAA and the company will also be revealing a spruced up model which will be the R11s Plus alongside the newcomer.
Advertising boards and posters are already in place in 9 big cities in China and each of these posters highlight a feature of the phone. Oppo’s invite made its way to online websites along with a teaser image of all new features. So, here goes. Better screen (18:9), faster ColorOS, clearer portrait, longer battery life, 20 MP front camera on both sides, brighter night shots, AI beautification, better dual camera picture-taking effect, and a better touch.
In terms of specs, the R11s will still come with Snapdragon 660 SoC and 4 GB RAM. The R11s Plus will come with a better 6 GB RAM and 4,000 mAh battery combo. The phones are expected to come with a dual rear camera setup of 20 + 20 MP.
The Chinese phone maker is also set to launch another premium mid-ranger, the Oppo F5 on October 26 in China.