May 08, 2017 04:04 AM EDT
Oppo has been making rounds in the smartphone with its selfie expert handsets. The company seems to extend this air a bit more with its upcoming Oppo R11 smartphone. Pointed to be the first soldier of its R series handsets, the handset has been in speculations for the last few months. The latest leaks surrounding it, if accurate, have collectively revealed a lot about this incredible masterpiece. In the midst of such lar scaled rumors, a new video flick of the same indicated to be Oppo R11's TV commercial pinched lot more about its features.
According to GSMArena, Oppo R11, which would mark the beginning of Oppo's R series smartphone, will reportedly flaunt dual cameras in the rear panel. This feature is also hinted to be sales point of R series handsets. Besides this, Oppo R11 is also hinted to be packed with a powerful front clicker having a 20 MP sensor. Further specs claimed by GFXBenchmarking published in 2016 include a 5.5-inch Full HD touchscreen with high-end resolution support. As for memory specifications, the smartphone will boast a 4 GB RAM coupled with 64 GB internal storage zone.
Android Headlines recently also hinted some speculations about the handset's color options. According to the report Oppo R11 will generally launch in three different colors. The smartphone will generally be available in standard black and gold options. Alongside these, an exclusive bronze-hued rose gold variant is also likely to be unveiled. The report came after a potential image leak which is hinted to showcase all the three color editions of Oppo R11 handset. Though being hazy, the picture revealed much about the smartphone's attributes as well.
The smartphone is also hinted to sport Android 7.1.1 Nougat support out of the box. The pricing and availability of Oppo R11 smartphone are still mysteries to be revealed by the official authorities. The smartphone is said to be one of the best handsets ever made before by Oppo.
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