Oppo K11 Has an Official Release Date

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We spoke back in late May about the upcoming arrival of the Oppo K11 midrange phone, and we must admit right from the start that it indeed has some specifications that could make people confuse it with a flagship device. However, the Oppo K11 doesn’t exactly qualify as a flagship, but buying it can certainly be a good move for a person who wants a few exciting features without having to break the bank.

Oppo K11 will rely on the Snapdragon 782G processor, which can offer enough power if the user doesn’t necessarily want the best from the device. The phone also features a large 6.7 inches AMOLED display of 120Hz for the refresh rate.

Thanks to Oppo’s Chinese brand and GSMArena, we now know the official release date of the Oppo K11, and the phone is coming sooner than expected.

Oppo K11 launches on July 25 in China

Oppo has exciting news as it plans to release the standard version of the K11 phone on July 25. Oppo’s Chinese branch has revealed that the K11 model will have its official debut next week in China precisely at 2:30 PM local time.

The upcoming Oppo K11 smartphone boasts an impressive main camera setup that features a triple camera configuration. The primary camera is a 50 MP lens with wide-angle capability and PDAF (Phase Detection Autofocus) technology, ensuring sharp and detailed captures. Accompanying the primary camera is an 8 MP lens with an f/2.2 aperture, offering a wide field of view for high-quality ultrawide shots. Additionally, a 2 MP macro lens with an f/2.4 aperture enables users to capture intricate details up close while using the Oppo K11.

The main camera of the phone is equipped with several features to enhance the photography experience. These features include an LED flash for well-lit photos in low-light conditions, HDR (High Dynamic Range) for balanced exposure, as well as panorama mode for capturing wide-angle landscapes. Moreover, the camera supports video recording capabilities, including an impressive 4K resolution at 30 frames per second, along with various options for shooting at 1080p resolution, ranging from 30 to 120 frames per second.

Cristian Antonescu
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