Oppo Reno 11A Launched With Dimensity 7050

Oppo has launched its new mid-range device in Japan. The Oppo Reno 11A focuses on becoming an all-rounder device with decent specifications. Let’s check out all the aspects of the device including its design, specifications, features, and pricing.


The camera module on the back side of Reno 11A is going to attract some attention. It has a bold look to it; a massive rectangular slab with two circular cut-outs housing the camera sensors. Hence, it is a choice of personal preference. Though from the front side, the device looks decent with a punch-hole notch giving it a modern look. The device has a 7.6mm thickness and weighs 177 grams. The color options include Coral Purple and Dark Green.

Specifications & Features

The Oppo Reno 11A features a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with an FHD+ resolution. For a smoother experience, there is a 120Hz refresh rate as well. The device will be a good choice for media consumption due to the punchy colors of the AMOLED panel.

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Moving to the camera, the phone features three sensors on the back.  The primary is a 64MP shooter paired with an 8MP ultrawide and 2MP macro shooter. While for selfies there is a 32MP sensor on the front.

Reno 11A is powered by the Dimensity 7050 chipset. It is an 8-core chipset offering decent day-to-day usage. It has an average AnTuTu score of 577K+, suggesting moderate usage. In the battery segment, the device comes with a 5,000mAh capacity with 67W fast charging support. It is a highlight of the device as it is sleek and slim but still carries a large battery.

In the software department, the device comes out of the box with ColorOS 14 based on Android 14 OS. Other notable features include an in-screen fingerprint sensor and IP-65 certification. Further details can be explored on Oppo’s official website.

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The Oppo Reno 11A can be purchased starting at JPY 48,800 (~$307) for the 8/128GB configuration. It is currently available in Japan. While the smartphone is also available in other regions with different names including Reno 11F and Oppo F25 Pro. 

That said, this is a decent mid-range offering from Oppo without a big differentiating factor. However, the Reno 11F can be a good choice for users who like lightweight devices but do not want to compromise on the battery capacity.

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