- Captivating design and you can't really tell if it's plastic or glass
- Good cameras
- Notch-less wide screen with superb contrast
- Long battery life
- Adequate performance
- Smooth performance
- Excellent battery life, super fast charging
- Sturdy and well built
- Excellent all-round camera experience and quality
- The price is not that competitive
- Hybrid dual-SIM slot
- No 4K video recording
- Micro-USB port
- MicroUSB feels outdated, we're missing NFC
- No 4K video recording
a smartphone companies try to maximize screen size it’s hard to find phones without screen cutouts for the selfie cam, but there are some more creative options making their way under the mid-range scene, we are nasphones.com and this is the Oppo F11 Pro Review .
the Oppo F11 Pro comes with a stunning gradient finish, ours goes from blue to black to purple and though it is made of plastic it really does look like glass .
the phone seems pretty durable and doesn’t feel cheap despite the plastic, but of course at this price point waterproofing is a bit much to ask for .
it probably wouldn’t even be possible either, thanks to one of the Oppo F11 Pro’s key features, the motorized pop-up selfie cam, it hides inside the body and comes out when you need it, it isn’t slow but we’ve seen faster on other phones .
OPPO did a nice job with the aesthetics here though, this healthy cam is directly in the center, in line with the rear camera bump, it all looks symmetrical and kind of satisfying .
and since the bump is centered the phone doesn’t wobble much on a table, of course you could slap on the included case if you want the most stability .
thanks to the hidden selfie cam, the Oppo F11 pro’s tall 6.53 inch display has minimal bezels and the notch free, unlike the regular Oppo F11 .
it’s an IPS LCD with a 1080p resolution, here you get a great full screen experience with pretty deep blacks and at 400 PPI content looks crisp . Read More : Oppo F9
color accuracy is just average by default, but you can’t improve it by turning the color slider to warm in settings, maximum brightness sits at 414 nits and there’s no boost if you’re in auto mode is OK for the class though and sunlit legibility is good here .
you can unlock the Oppo F11 Pro with the fingerprint reader located on the back, it’s always on and very fast, and of course you can open your phone using face unlock it’s a bit less secure but it’s an excuse to play around with a selfie cam and impress people .
the Oppo F11 Pro has one loudspeaker at the bottom, it posted a score of very good in our loudness test and quality is excellent, with a rich and deep sound .
plugging in headphones through the 3.5 millimeter jack degrades the stereo quality quite a lot and loudness is only average, there is FM radio though .
you get 64 or 128 gigs of storage on the F11 Pro and it is expandable through the hybrid slot, unfortunately Oppo is still sticking to micro USB ports on its mid-range phones, instead of switching to USBC .
the Oppo F11 Pro runs Android 9 Pi with color OS 6 on top, it looks a bit different from stock Android, you can choose to store your apps in an app drawer or to keep them all on the home screen .
swiping to the left takes you to smart assistant panels, which give you things like a calendar, step tracker and a space for shortcuts, and swiping from a bar on the right edge of the screen opens a space for shortcuts too, there’s a game space where you can store your games and change settings for performance and blocking notifications . Read More : Oppo RX17 Pro
and the phone comes with some gesture options, you can swipe up and hold the to see recent apps, swipe from bottom left or bottom right to go back and swept up from the meadow to go home .
Oppo F11 Pro is powered by a Mediatek Helio P70 (12nm) chipset neither four or 6 gigs of RAM, it also has a dedicated chip for AI driven tasks .
performance is smooth with no heating or throttling issues games run well too especially if you take the time to tweet their settings in the game space .
with a four thousand milliamp hour battery you’d expect battery life on the Oppo F11 Pro to be pretty good, and you’d be right, it scored an excellent endurance rating of 109 hours not proprietary tests .
the phone also brings 20 watt VOOC fast charging, it isn’t blazing fast but decent, we were able to charge from zero to 40% in 30 minutes .
the Oppo F11 Pro comes with a dual camera setup there’s a forty eight megapixel F/1.8 main cam with face detection autofocus, and a five megapixel one for depth sensing in portrait mode .
because of quad Bayer technology the default output of the main cam is 12 megapixels, in good light shots come out excellent, there’s plenty of detail, high dynamic range, lively and accurate colors, superb contrast and overall very nice processing, we did find one issue, in areas of uniform colors there are noticeable patterns of noise .
you can toggle on the dazzle color mode, which uses advanced image stacking to improve the dynamic range further than HDR, it also adds some saturation to the colors, but you lose some fine details .
if you really want to shoot in 48 megapixels you can do it, but the photos you’ll get are far from impressive, they’re just upscaled versions of the 12 megapixel ones, with no improvement in detail . Read More : Oppo Find X
the photos we took in portrait mode are excellent, subject separation works very well and transitions from sharp 2d focused are quite smooth, these are among the better portraits we’ve seen, flagships included .
thanks to the bright F/1.8 lens normal shots in low-light come out excellent as well way beyond what we expected for the class there is nice detail low noise levels balance highlights and excellent contrast .
there’s even a dedicated ultra night mode, each shot takes a few seconds, but it gives you a brighter exposure and cleans up noise, dynamic range is improved and you get boosted contrast and saturation, but you lose some fine detail .
onto the selfie cam, it’s 16 megapixels in F/2.0 and there’s no autofocus here, it does a decent job there’s nice colors in detail and dynamic range is good for a selfie shooter .
for video the Oppo F11 Pro maxes out at 1080p@30fps, even though the Mediatek Helio P70 (12nm) can handle 4k videos, quality is good though .
there’s plenty of resolved detail, accurate colors, low noise and stereo sound recording, EIS is always on and dynamic range is average .
thanks to the high-res sensor you can also shoot videos with two times lossless zoom and their quality is on par with a regular 1080p ones . Read More : Oppo R17
so, that’s the Oppo F11 Pro, with this shiny package you’re gonna sell the chipset, a large notched screen, excellent battery life and a great camera experience .
there are only a few things left to complain about, the microUSB port is kind of a bummer, Plus this isn’t the cheapest mid-range er around at around 25,000 rupees or 320 euros .
that said if you’re looking for a totally notch free device the Oppo F11 Pro is one of the best you can find right now it definitely deserves a recommendation, but if going modulus isn’t your priority it’s worth it to shop around there are a lot of competing phones that you can find for less money . Read More : Top 10 Smartphones in 2018
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Specification: Oppo F11 Pro
GSM / HSPA / LTE
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 – SIM 1 & SIM 2
HSDPA 850 / 900 / 2100
LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 20(800), 28(700), 38(2600), 40(2300), 41(2500) – V1
HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A (2CA) Cat7 300/50 Mbps
Available. Released 2019, March
161.3 x 76.1 x 8.8 mm (6.35 x 3.00 x 0.35 in)
190 g (6.70 oz)
Front glass, plastic body
Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
LTPS IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Android 9.0 (Pie); ColorOS 6
Mediatek Helio P70 (12nm)
Octa-core (4×2.1 GHz Cortex-A73 & 4×2.0 GHz Cortex-A53)
|Memory Card Slot||
microSD, up to 256 GB (uses SIM 2 slot)
128 GB, 6 GB RAM or 64 GB, 4 GB RAM
48 MP, f/1.8, 1/2", 0.8µm, PDAF, 5 MP, f/2.4, 1/5", 1.12µm, depth sensor
LED flash, HDR, panorama
Motorized pop-up 16 MP, f/2.0, 1/3.1", 1.0µm
|Selfie Camera Features||
|Selfie Camera Video||
Yes, with stereo speakers
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot
5.0, A2DP, LE
Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS
Fast battery charging 20W (VOOC 3.0), Non-removable Li-Po 4000 mAh battery
Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
Thunder Black, Aurora Green
About 320 EUR