OPPO unveils F11 Pro in bid to maintain market push

Published: April 17, 2019
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Oppo, the leading global smartphone brand has expanded its F Series with the launch of F11 and F11 Pro that gives the users a flawless user experience.
PHOTO: OPPO

Oppo, the leading global smartphone brand has expanded its F Series with the launch of F11 and F11 Pro that gives the users a flawless user experience. PHOTO: OPPO

Smartphone maker OPPO expanded its F Series with the launch of F11 and F11 Pro in an event held at the Mohatta Palace in Karachi on Tuesday.

OPPO F11 and F11 Pro come with a dual camera setup featuring a 48-megapixel main shooter plus a 5-megapixel lens for sensing depth. While the phone is equipped with a 16-megapixel front camera. Some of the features include a night mode tilting the device towards focusing on smartphone photography.

The F series analyses and combines data of the pictures from four adjacent pixels to make it into single pixel photography especially in a darker environment.

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“With the release of our 1st ever portrait phone, we have full faith that the OPPO F11 Pro with its 48+5 MP camera, Ultra Night mode and new Color OS 6 technology will allows OPPO users to experience outstanding photography even in low light, will prove to be a real game changer for the smartphone industry,” said Mr. George Long, CEO OPPO Pakistan.

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The F11 smartphones come equipped with a 6.5-inch Full HD screen powered by the Mediatek Helio P70 processor.

These two smartphones come with 4000 mAh battery pack which is 500 mAh higher than the previous generation. There is also a brand new VOOC fast charging technology.

PHOTO: OPPO

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“Crafted with perfection, the natural gradient design of OPPO F11 Pro adopts a design philosophy of minimalism putting attention on its aesthetics and details,” said Ali Kakvi, Marketing Director, OPPO Pakistan

PHOTO: OPPO

Priced at 54,999 the F11 Pro comes in a mix of different colours.

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