November 23 is shaping up to be a momentous day in the world of technology, particularly in China. Nubia is set to unveil its much-anticipated Red Magic 9 Pro series. Honor, not to be outdone, has scheduled the introduction of its Honor 100 lineup for the same day. Adding to this technological trifecta, Oppo has announced the launch of the Reno 11 series at 2 pm local time, setting the stage for a day packed with exciting reveals.
The Oppo Reno 11 series, which includes the Reno 11 and Reno 11 Pro, is garnering significant attention. Thanks to the information available on Oppo China's website, enthusiasts have a glimpse of the design of these upcoming devices. The series will be offered in four captivating color options: Flourite Blue, Moonstone, Turquoise, and Obsidian Black.
Uncertainty ends in the Oppo Reno 11 series
While details about the front design remain under wraps, it's anticipated that the Reno 11 and Reno 11 Pro will continue the legacy of their predecessor, the Reno 10 series, featuring a curved-edge OLED screen. This screen is expected to have a centered punch-hole and an in-screen fingerprint scanner. The official page also teases the capability of these smartphones to capture SLR-level portrait shots, though the full specifications remain a closely guarded secret.
Rumors suggest that the Reno 11 and Reno 11 Pro will be powered by the Dimensity 8200 and Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipsets, respectively. The standard model is expected to house a 4,800mAh battery with 67W fast charging, while the Pro variant might come with a 4,700mAh battery supported by 80W charging. Both models are said to run on Android 13 with ColorOS 14.
The display panels on both phones are rumored to support a 120Hz refresh rate. The Reno 11 could feature an FHD+ resolution, whereas the Pro model might boast a higher 1.5K resolution. Both phones are expected to include a 32-megapixel front camera. On the rear, they are likely to feature an 8-megapixel IMX355 ultra-wide lens and a 32-megapixel IMX709 telephoto camera with 2x zoom. The primary cameras for the Reno 11 and 11 Pro are rumored to be the LYT-600 and LYT-700, respectively.