The Oppo Reno11 series debuted last month, which introduced two phones: the standard and the Pro. But it seems Oppo wasn’t done with the lineup as it debuted the third device for the series: the Oppo Reno11 F. It’s the cheapest model in the series with a starting price of around $305.
To compare, at launch, the standard Reno11 had a starting price of around $350, while the Pro model started at $490. So, basically, there’s a $50 price difference between the standard and the newly launched Oppo Reno11 F. As for the specs, they are almost similar to the standard model.
Main Highlights of Oppo Reno11 F
On the front, the Oppo Reno11 F comes with a 6.7-inch OLED screen with Full HD+ resolution. It has Panda Glass as protection, offering some peace of mind against drops and scratches. The screen also has HDR10+ support and is rated for 1100 nits of peak brightness. It’s basically the same display as the standard Reno11.
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But there are differences in the cameras. The Reno11 F has a 64 MP primary, 8 MP ultrawide, and 2 MP macro on the back. On the other hand, the standard Reno11 came with a 50 MP primary, 32 MP telephoto, and 8 MP ultrawide. However, the two have the same 32 MP selfie camera on the front.
The Oppo Reno11 F also has the same processor as the standard model, which is the Dimensity 7050. It’s paired with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. There appears to be only one configuration of the phone, but the good news is that there is a microSD card slot. The battery specs are the same too. That means the new phone comes with the same 5000 mAh cell as the standard model. It can charge at 67 watts and has reverse-wired charging support.
However, the back design of the Reno11 F is different than the standard Reno11. The new phone is available in four colors; check the image attached below to check them out.