Oppo will soon launch a very Vivo-esque smartphone—the Oppo F11 Pro.

The Oppo F11 Pro will sport a motorised pop-up selfie camera along with a rear camera module which includes a 48MP sensor. The rear camera module resembles the one found on the Vivo V11 Pro, which will be launched in India on 20 February. This shouldn't be a surprise, as the two companies belong to the same conglomerate—BBK Electronics that is based out of China.

Oppo previously launched the F9 and F9 Pro in the series last year. The highlights of the smartphones include Super VOOC charging, 6.3-inch full HD+ LCD diplay, MediaTek Helio P60 SoC and up to 6GB of RAM.


The first look of the Oppo F11 Pro was first leaked on YouTube which was followed by the company officially teasing the smartphone. Oppo's Twitter handle has posted several teasers showing off the camera and display of the F11 Pro.

The leaked video shows two colour schemes (Thunder Black and Aurora Green) of the smartphone along with the motorised camera mechanism and the rear camera module which bears resemblance to the Vivo V15 Pro. The front facing camera slider frees up valuable space at the top of the display, as a result of which the smartphone has few bezels. The sleek speaker grille also helps in pushing the display to the edges of the smartphone.

Specifications like the processor, RAM, storage, front camera resolution and battery capacity aren't available yet. The pricing is also not revealed by the smartphone maker. But we suspect it wouldn't be long till these bits of information come out, as the launch of the smartphone has already been teased by the company.

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