Oppo’s flagship handsets are considered perfect in their designs. Now, its premium and mid-range offerings are expected to arrive with some amazing design features. The company has officially announced F11 Pro. It shows a lack of a notch and pop-up selfie camera to enable its uninterrupted screen. This mid-range handset has a little surrounding its screen on the top and sides, but the removal of the notch. The F11 Pro has a screen-to-body ratio of 90.9%, letting the 6.5-inch, 1,080 x 2,340 display takes center stage.
The slim bezel on the top of the handset is home to a microphone, light sensor, and 2 proximity sensors. The pop-up camera is rated to last extensive use and able to survive being opened and closed 100 times a day for 6-years. It means that the rear of the device sports a fingerprint scanner alongside an impressive 48-megapixel dual-lens camera. The new handset has improved night shooting capabilities because of its sensor with a larger 1/2.25-inch photosensitive area. It has a 4,000mAh battery with an estimated battery life of more than 15 hours with normal use.
F11 Pro has some other impressive features. Oppo’s proprietary VOOC flash charging 3.0 will top it back up quickly. It is noteworthy that Oppo is the sister company of OnePlus and sharing the same supply chain. The company recently leaked OnePlus 7 with sporting much the same pop-up camera design and tech you will find in the F11 Pro. The F11 Pro is available at $350 in the U.S, £270 in the UK, and AUD$500 in Australia for the 6GB RAM / 64GB storage model in either Thunder Black or Aurora Green.