Oppo F11 Pro Purported Live Image Appears Online, Reveals Design and Colour Options

Oppo recently began teasing the release of a brand new telephone in India – the Oppo F11 Pro – to feature a forty-eight-megapixel digital camera. While the Chinese smartphone maker is yet to reveal a launch date, an alleged live photograph of the approaching smartphone has surfaced online. The leaked photo shows the Oppo F11 Pro with a vertically stacked twin rear digicam setup and a fingerprint sensor sitting under it. The image depicts Oppo F11 Pro devices – one flaunting a sleek blue end, while the alternative appears to have a gradient sample.

The leaked image comes courtesy of SlashLeaks. Aside from giving us a glimpse at the Oppo F11 Pro’s design, the leak no longer provides any information about the specs or functions of the approaching smartphone. However, Oppo has shown that its upcoming smartphone will feature a dual rear digicam setup, comprising a 48-megapixel most important digital camera. However, it is unclear whether it will be the Sony IMX586 sensor or the Samsung GM1 sensor.

In an emailed statement earlier this month, the Chinese cellphone maker found out that the Oppo F11 Pro will help the Super Night Mode enhance the low-light images’ overall performance. The feature works in tandem with the company’s distinctive AI Ultra-Clear Engine with three components – AI Engine, Ultra-clean Engine, and Color Engine. Aside from assisting in scene reputation and optimizing the visible settings, Oppo’s era is also claimed to boost photo stabilization while capturing long-exposure shots and scenarios like low-mild situations.

The Oppo F11 Pro has reportedly received certification from Thailand’s NBTC certification organization underneath the “Oppo CPH1969”. It has also been spotted inside the Indonesian regulator Tingkat Komponen Dalam Negeri (TKDN) database. While the certification database did now not disclose any records regarding the specifications, it certainly serves as a demonstration that the Oppo F11 Pro is inching in the direction of its legit launch.


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