New set of Oppo R11/R11 Plus images leak along with official specs


A couple of hours ago we had an important leak of specs (along with some images) of the most awaited Oppo R11 and Oppo R11 Plus models. The leak comes from Weibo and insists that it’s legit-until proven otherwise of course.

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So, according to what we learned earlier today here are the official specs of the two upcoming siblings:

Oppo R11 – Technical specifications

  • Snapdragon 660 SoC
  • 5,5 inch Full HD display (AMOLED)
  • Dual camera (20MP+16MP)
  • 20MP selfie camera
  • 4GB RAM – 64GB ROM
  • microSD slot up to 256GB
  • Android 7.1.1 Nougat – Color OS 3.1
  • 3000 mAh battery

Oppo R11 Plus – Technical specifications

  • Snapdragon 660 SoC
  • 6 inch Full HD display (AMOLED)
  • Dual camera (20MP+16MP)
  • 20MP selfie camera
  • 6GB RAM – 64GB ROM
  • microSD slot up to 256GB
  • Android 7.1.1 Nougat – Color OS 3.1
  • 4000 mAh battery

This is not the first set of images that we see obviously. Oppo has been consistently releasing teasers of the upcoming OPPO R Series models, so we know a lot about them and the following images prove it.

We expect the two devices to be officially unveiled on June 10 so the only thing we have left to do is wait.

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8 Comments

  1. sere83
    May 29, 2017

    Oppo should just have done with it and change their name to Mapple or Sapple and release every phone with an i before their name. They are clearly a clone manufacturer, how they sell so much is just beyond me, they are not even cheap. Culd buy teh real thing for a little bit more.

    • androwin
      May 29, 2017

      For everyone who want Apple’s iPhone design with Android OS + MicroSD and headphone jack.

    • NextHype
      May 29, 2017

      Outstanding camera performance, overall build quality and heavy marketing => success

      Don’t be fooled, Oppo isn’t a clone of anything in China, but quite the contrary as cheap brands are cloning their devices.

      • sere83
        May 30, 2017

        I know Oppo aren’t low budget cheap clone manufacturer, but they still make well built clone phones. In fact considering what their phones used to look like, (find 7 etc ), they have completely altered their designs to look a lot more like apple phones over the last couple of years, to the point where they are not original in anyway really. I wouldn’t say Oppo cameras were outstanding, they have never produced a camera on par with any of the leading flagships like the S8, pixel, iPhone etc. And the prices of their flagships are almost the same as apple and Samsung. Don’t really see the appeal personally. Just shows you what a lot of marketing can do.

        • NextHype
          May 31, 2017

          “I wouldn’t say Oppo cameras were outstanding, they have never produced a camera on par with any of the leading flagships like the S8, pixel, iPhone etc.”

          I remember comparing the pics from my Find 7 with my friends’ latest Samsung and Apple flagships. We concluded each time that Find 7 shot better photos in the same conditions. It may explain why no Oppo device was ever tested by DXoMark, as an exemple…

          Talking about design, it’s true that Oppo left behind their own design to stick to Apple design with R series and that’s a shame. But I wouldn’t say that’s sufficient to talk about “clones”.

          • sere83
            May 31, 2017

            I think when the design is so close and so many elements copied together it is definitely edges towards being a clone. Same antenna design, same camera Ui design, same multitasking menus, same icons, same Ui animations. I saw reviews of the find 7 at the time, camera was not very special as I recall, similar to my oneplus one as had the same sensor. Came no where close to the iphone 6/6s or galaxy note 4 both released that year…. https://www.engadget.com/2014/07/24/oppo-find-7-review/

            • NextHype
              May 31, 2017

              OK lets say R series are iPhone clones.
              But this Find 7 review by engadget is total crap.

              And you should know O+1 had same sensor as Find 7 but didn’t get the optimizations so the results were completely different. Like Xiaomi’s Mi series that boasts great Sony sensors with a total lack of optimization that gives poor results.

  2. eliHd452
    May 29, 2017

    Shame oppo don’t target European market. The make good phones with good cameras