A few weeks before the presentation of the OnePlus 7, which is expected in the spring, the sister company of OnePlus, Oppo, has unveiled Tuesday its new smartphone, the F11 Pro, which should serve as inspiration for OnePlus 7.
Although they often offer high-end features, OnePlus smartphones often see their design taken from devices of one of the sister companies of the manufacturer, Oppo. Thus, with its teardrop shaped notch, the OnePlus 6T was inspired by the Oppo R17. This should also be the case of the Oppo F11 Pro officially unveiled on Tuesday, whose design should be taken over by the OnePlus 7.
Oppo's new midrange smartphone features a large 6.5 inch Full HD + (2340 × 1080) TFT display on the front panel with no edges or notches. To do this, Oppo has taken over the same system as the Vivo Nex S, with a retractable camera for selfies. This is the same design that would be studied at OnePlus to believe recent leaks for the OnePlus 7.
A 48-megapixel camera on the back
In addition to the screen, the smartphone has a Mediatek Helio P70 chip backed by 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of storage. Battery life is 4000 mAh with Oppo's home charging system, Vooc Flash Charge 3.0. Finally, for the photo, the Oppo F11 Pro has a module of 48 (f / 1.79) and 5 megapixels (f / 2.4) on the back, the second sensor is used only for portrait mode , and a retractable 16 megapixel camera (f / 2.0) for selfies.
For now, the Oppo F11 Pro has been announced in Asia and North Africa. It is still unknown if the smartphone will be available in France. In India, the version of the smartphone with 64 GB of storage is marketed at the price of 24 990 rupees, or 313 euros HT.