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OPPO’s Latest Flagship R11 Is Tip Toed To Launched, Spotted At 3C Certification

Apr 30, 2017 07:08 PM EDT


OPPO is at the stage of announcing their new flagship device R11 probably this June as they have already taken certification from the Chinese certification 3C. Rumors suggest that this device will come with a 5.5-inch full HD display, 20 MP front and dual 16 MP rear camera and 4 GB of RAM.

As mentioned in GSM Arena, Chinese Smartphone manufacturer company OPPO has tip toes towards the launch of their next flagship device R11. This model has been spotted at Chinese 3C quality certification website. Any smartphone released in China should have to take certification from the website. So, it's surely the evidence of launching new device by OPPO.

Before a few days, the specs of this device were revealed in some benchmarks. Now, this device is spotted in the 3C site. This certification is the basic step to launch any mobile. A few weeks ago, we observed a leaked look of this phone. So, It can be assumed that OPPO is cooking something special for us.

According to the Gizbot, this device will come with a 5.5 inch full HD 1080p display. Also, this OPPO R11 model will be equipped with 4GB of RAM. The chipset is said to the latest Snapdragon 660 SoC which is not official yet. This chipset is said to be the successor of last year's SoC 653 chipset. So, we can expect a blazingly fast performance from this device.

The main attraction of this device will be its front camera for the selfie. The OPPO R11 will be equipped with a 20 mp front camera. Also, it will get a dual camera set up of two 16 mp rear cameras at back. This set up reminds us the iPhone 7 plus camera set up.

The leaked benchmarking shows the device will run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat. This OS will be molded with the OPPO's own color OS. If the history rewinds, we observed that OPPO always launch their 2 R series mobiles together. If this happens, it may observe the release of this OPPO R11 and its big brother R11 plus in June of this year.

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