“Our take on OPPO’s latest smartphone, the F11”
Not long after 48MP sensors started debuting on premium Android handsets, that the feature trickled down to the mid-range segment. Today, you’ll find the text ’48MP’ slapped on retail boxes of most affordable smartphones. Case in point, the OPPO F11 which was recently announced in India and promises to take a user’s photography experience to the next level. We spent some time with the handset and here’s what we make of it after a week of testing.
The OPPO F11 certainly has a lot going for it, including a beefy battery, reliable performance, and capable cameras. However, the pricing of the smartphone pits it against some stellar devices from manufacturers like Realme, Redmi and Vivo, most of which offer better performance to boot. What’s more, the F11 isn’t the most inexpensive handset of the lot either, making it difficult to recommend amidst the shining competition.
Editor’s rating: 3.5 / 5
- Good-looking design
- Long-lasting battery life
- Reliable performance
- No USB Type-C port
- No in-display fingerprint sensor