OPPO F11 vs OPPO F11 Pro Specs Comparison and Price Check

Chinese tech giant OPPO Mobile has just officially announced two new hero midrange handset models in India, the OPPO F11 and OPPO F11 Pro.

These two handsets officially supersede the company's best-selling OPPO F9 as the F-Series banner devices, which allow mid-level consumers to get a glimpse of the many innovations that OPPO offers on pricier models.

OPPO F11 vs OPPO F11 Pro

OPPO F11 Pro and OPPO F11 almost the exact same high-gloss design identity with gradient finish -- but they do have unique physical characteristics.

OPPO F11 Pro has a Rising 16 MegaPixel front-facing camera, which you won't find on the OPPO F11. This camera is powered by the company's AI Beauty Selfie technology that enhances your skin tone while being careful not to alter how your identifying facial structure.

OPPO F11 Pro Rising Camera

By putting a Rising Camera on the F11 Pro, OPPO was able to altogether remove the notch on this model's screen. As many of you know, the notch has become a polarizing feature on today's smartphones with some consumers hating it with a passion.

OPPO F11 Pro has a 6.5-inch FullHD+ LTPS display with a whopping 90.9% Screen to Body Ratio, which guarantees a wildly enjoyable viewing experience whether you are playing games, browsing photos, watching vlogs, or viewing movies.

OPPO F11 Pro Screen

Since the OPPO F11 lacks a Rising Camera, it still has a Waterdrop Notch housing its similar 16 MegaPixel f/2.0 Selfie Snapper. This notch is largely the same as what we have seen on the OPPO F9 and OPPO R17 Pro.

The two phones share the exact same Dual Real Camera module consisting of a 48 MegaPixel primary shooter plus a 5MP Depth Sensor for Bokeh Effect. This set-up is powered by the company's AI software, Night Mode, and Pixel Binning technology for sharper images in various lighting conditions.

As for internal hardware, it's a mixed bag. Both devices run their Color OS 6.0 skinned Android 9.0 Pie Operating System with the powerful yet energy-efficient 12nm Octa Core Mediatek Helio P70 that incorporates a Mali-G72 MP3 GPU but OPPO F11 Pro has more RAM at 6GB versus just 4GB on the F11. Interestingly though, OPPO F11 Pro has less internal storage at 64GB while the more affordable OPPO F11 has 128GB. I guess it's because internal storage can easily be augmented using the phone's microSD card slot while RAM is fixed.

OPPO F11 Pro Specs

OPPO F11 Pro and OPPO F11 have batteries with around 4,000 mAh capacity that can be quickly charged using OPPO's patented VOOC Flash Charge 3.0 innovation that lets devices go from 0% to 75% charge in just 30 minutes! This feature was previously only available on more expensive smartphone models by the company.

If you're always on the go and you hate always plugging your handset to a powerbank or an electrical outlet, you will surely love this unique feature.

OPPO F11 Specs

To wrap up, OPPO F11 and OPPO F11 Pro have the same processor, the same screen size and resolution, same Dual Rear Camera module, same rear-mounted Fingerprint Scanner, same set of connectivity options, same Dual SIM capability, almost the same battery size, same VOOC Flash Charge 3.0 technology, and same front-facing camera resolution.

OPPO F11 Pro, however, has a Rising Camera, Panoramic Notch-Free Display, and 6GB RAM + 64GB ROM Combo. In comparison, OPPO F11 has a Waterdrop Notch in lieu of the Rising Camera and Notchless Screen as well as 4GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage.

In India, OPPO F11 Pro dons an official suggested retail price of INR 24,990 while OPPO F11 sells for INR 19,990. In Philippine peso, that's around PHP 18,510 and PHP 14,800, respectively.

Upon launch, OPPO F11 Pro will be out in two classy colors, namely, Aurora Green and Thunder Black while OPPO F11 will be available in two elegant hues, Flourite Purple and Marble Green.

OPPO Mobile Philippines has yet to officially announce the OPPO F11 and OPPO F11 Pro -- but I am guessing that they should land here anytime within the next few weeks. As for their local prices, I would expect them to be a bit more expensive than PHP converted INR price tags.

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