The Wait is Over: Oppo K11 Unveiling Soon

Oppo K11

Back in May of this year, Oppo unveiled the K11X, a mid-range phone with a Snapdragon 695 SoC and 108MP camera. And if there is an ‘X’ version, a regular version of the phone will also be available. That’s how the lineup of the brand works. Well, the brand has just confirmed the existence of the Oppo K11 with an official announcement.

According to that announcement, the Oppo K11 is set to be announced next week in China, on July 25. The confirmation comes from Oppo’s Chinese branch, solidifying the upcoming device’s launch. Moreover, the Chinese branch has shared a couple of promotional images that give you an idea of what you should expect.

Closer Look at the Images of Oppo K11

According to official images shared by the Chinese branch, the Oppo K11 will boast a distinctive two-tone design on its back. But the most important aspect that the images shared is that the phone will feature an IMX890 sensor as the primary camera. This confirms the report that we covered two days ago.

Oppo K11 Official Promo

Now, for those unaware, the IMX890 is a flagship-grade sensor. It is the same camera module Oppo utilized for the Find X6 series. And the Find X6 is known for offering sharp, crisp, and well-detailed images. So, in simpler words, the IMX890 of the Oppo K11 will make the device a great camera phone.

Moreover, as you can see from the image attached above, the Oppo K11 will have support for OIS (Optical Image Stabilization). OIS support makes the phones capture clear images even when your hands are shaking. It also makes the videos appear professional, as there’s less shakiness in the final output.

That’s pretty much from the latest images shared by Oppo. And from these two images alone, you can safely assume that the K11 will be a great mid-range device for the money.

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Other Confirmed Specs of the Oppo K11

While Oppo did not officially disclose the technical specs of the K11, it did appear on the listing of the Geekbench benchmarking tool. In addition, it passed official TEENA and 3C certifications. From those, a lot of the crucial aspects of the device were unveiled. Let’s give you a short rundown on all of them:


The Geekbench listing confirmed that the Oppo K11 will feature a Snapdragon 782G chipset. It is an upper mid-range SoC that can deliver a great performance. You can expect to see a smooth user experience while running day-to-day Android apps and games.

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The Screen of Oppo K11

Official 3C and TENNA certifications have revealed that the Oppo K11 will come with a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen. It will sport a 120Hz refresh rate with FHD+ resolution. These display specs are pretty much on par with the latest high-end devices. So, the phone will definitely deliver a great viewing experience.

Oppo K11

Camera Configuration

The latest images confirmed that the Oppo K11 will boast the IMX890 50MP camera sensor on the back. In addition, the certifications have revealed that the device will feature an 8MP wide and a 2MP depth sensor. This camera configuration is great for a mid-range device, and they make the K11 a versatile camera phone.

Battery and Charging Speed

According to the certifications, the Oppo K11 will feature a 4870mAH battery with a typical capacity of 5000mAH. Thanks to having such a large-sized cell, the device can provide a great screen-on-time (SOT) with a single charge. So, you do not need to carry a portable power bank all the time with you.

Moreover, the certifications have unveiled that the phone will feature 100W fast charging. This charging speed will let you get the device from 0% to 100% reasonably fast.

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