Oppo has published a short video teaser dedicated to the F11 Pro pop-up camera that allows us to appreciate – even in a few frames – the design of the smartphone. “Brilliant portrait in low light” (bright portraits in low light conditions) only confirms the high performance of the 48MP sensor.
OPPO F11 Pro should be the next smartphone of the Chinese house to equip a retractable front camera, according to the latest sightings reported exclusively from the 91mobiles site.
Previously identified with the name of OPPO R19, the device showed itself today in one of the first advertising leaflets shared by OPPO in preparation for the Indian launch, which should take place within the first week of March. The image also allows us to discover a very interesting detail, namely the adoption of a 48 MegaPixel main camera, flanked by a secondary unit with specifications that are still unknown.
According to 91mobiles, it seems that OPPO F11 Pro will also be equipped with a 32 MegaPixel front camera, the latter housed inside a sliding mechanism that will make it disappear inside the smartphone when not in use. This detail – a separate resolution – is not new at all and we had already spotted it on the occasion of the first rumors of R19.
The rest of the data sheet should include 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal memory and a SoC MediaTek Helio P70, while the price should be around 25,000 Indian rupees, about 309 euros at the current exchange rate. There are still many details left to the appeal, so we will have to wait a few more weeks before completing the picture and have a complete overview of OPPO F11 Pro