Soon, Oppo seems to be launching a successor from Oppo F9, the Oppo F11 with a number of the latest features and technologies, such as a pop-up camera. Because leaked photos allegedly the smartphone has surfaced. This was first leaked by the Twitter account @ ishanagarwal24. He said it could be that the smartphone is the Oppo F11 or Oppo R19.
Displays the front, back and operating system information that the cellphone uses. If the photo is correct, it means that Oppo does a lot of updates on the newest cellphone. No more notch water droplets, F11 comes with a full screen with rounded corners, just like Find X.
Turning to the back, Oppo moved the camera position. From before it was arranged horizontally and in the upper left corner, now made vertical and placed in the upper center. The fingerprint position and the Oppo logo are still the same.
The most interesting appearance at the top, there is a camera. Yes, maybe Oppo adopted a camera pop-up system to present a full screen without any annoying notch. Of course, this concept is not new, Vivo NEX last year applied the same thing.
Oppo F11 will run ColorOS version 6 based on Android Pie. Unfortunately, the information about the specifications is censored by Ishan, so the provisions of this cellphone are not revealed.
Previously, it was reported that CPH1969 coded cellphones had complied with TKDN rules. But not only that, the CPH1969 coded cellphone has also been approved by a cellphone certification body in neighboring countries. First was SIRIM’s authority in Malaysia, the second was NBTC in Thailand.
According to rumors, this phone ( that maybe Oppo F11 or Oppo R19) will be introduced between February or March. India will be the first country visited by the cellphone. It is said that the 10x optical zoom feature will be one of the superior features.
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