According to Oppo, the upcoming Reno 11 Series will feature the flagship imaging algorithms from the Oppo Find Series. With the new golden portrait triangle, the imaging algorithms create an outstanding portrait shooting experience.
The Reno 11 Series will allow consumers to capture portraits at a flagship level. Moreover, it utilizes cutting-edge imaging technologies such as the ultra-light and shadow image engine and the ultra-clear image quality engine to compute the light, shadow, and color of people and objects in the picture.
By combining natural light and shadow, vibrant appeal, and SLR texture, the Reno 11 Series achieves flagship-level portrait performance.
The basic version of the product has the largest user base and the highest demand for more features, according to OPPO. Reno 11 has a flagship imaging algorithm, an SLR-level portrait camera, and a million-image processing power processor.
While Reno 11 produces a very standard version, it has the same fluid experience and outstanding texture as Reno Pro.
The Reno 11 is expected to have a Dimensity 8200 processor and a 4800mAh battery with 67W charging on a 7.59mm-7.66mm, 184-gram chassis. In addition to the curved screen, the phone will have a triple camera setup on the back and a 32MP selfie camera on the front.
The main unit will use Sony’s LYT600 sensor, the ultrawide sensor will use the IMX355, and the telephoto sensor will use the IMX709 sensor.
Oppo Reno11 Pro:
The Reno 11 Pro will feature a 1.5K display with a 120Hz refresh rate and 2160Hz PWM dimming. It is powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor coupled with LPDDR5X RAM as well as UFS 3.1 storage.
There will be a 32MP camera on the front. There is a 50MP IMX890 camera with OIS around the back. On top of that will be an 8MP IMX355 ultra-wide lens and a 32MP IMX709 2X telephoto lens.