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OPPO R11 and R11 Plus Price Details Revealed

by Habeeb Onawole 7

OPPO unveiled its new flagship phones, the R11 and R11 Plus a few days ago. The dual camera duo are the first devices to sport the new Snapdragon 660 processor.

The launch was originally scheduled for 10th of June, but OPPO launched them a day early. However, it kept the pricing details to itself, revealing them last night at a sponsored musical concert.

The 5.5-inch OPPO R11 is priced at ¥2999 (~$440). A special Heat Red variant of the R11 will sell for ¥3199 (~$470). The larger R11 Plus is available for ¥3699 (~$544). Online and offline sale will kick off on June 16 at 10:00 AM local time.

OPPO R11 & R11 Plus Pricing

OPPO R11 Heat Red Pricing

The OPPO R11 and R11 Plus share a design that is obviously based on that of the iPhone 7 Plus. Their selling point is the dual rear cameras. One is a 16MP Sony IMX398 f/1.7 sensor and the other is a 20MP Sony IMX350 f/2.6 sensor with telephoto lens.

READ MORE: OPPO Color OS 3.1 Released Based on Android 7.1 Nougat

OPPO’s F1 is known as the selfie expert with its superb front facing camera. The R11 and R11 Plus trump it with their 20MP f/2.0 sensor.

So which are you going for? The 5.5” R11 with 4GB of RAM and a 3000mAh battery or the 6” R11 Plus with 6GB of RAM and a 4000mAh battery?

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  • androwin

    For a mid-range phone!

    They’re nuts.

    • Billy Williams

      besides the 660 there is literally nothing mid-range about this phone. And even then, the 660 is as powerful as a 820…the real question is, “how much power do you need?”

  • Porscheproletos

    Is it just me or is that price for a mid-range processor as well as mid-range phone a bit ambitious?

    • MaxPower

      It’s a decent price for Chinese market.
      The processor doesn’t really mean much, the difference is on benchmarks but not on daily experience.
      The rest of the phone is premium, from amoled to camera set-up.

      Oppos have never been cheap, but they sell like candies, especially comparing to names like HTC, Samsung, LG etc.

      Different story is outside their market.
      You have to be a Oppo fanboy to spend $600+ to get that phone from a reseller and won’t even get full network support just to name one of the cons.

      But again, in China the price is right.

      • Q_Q

        In Australia the price is right as well for most people, Oppo in Australia has become one of the main smart phone brands(after Iphone, Samsung) due to their deals with every carrier, and basically every main tech store.

        I think South East Asia and Australia are the only markets outside of China that have full Oppo support and network connectivity from their devices. Probably aiding to the fact that Oppo “sell like candies” especially when they do everything that the average person needs a phone to do at half the cost of an Iphone 7 or Samsung S8 in Australia.

  • greg

    NO thanks , Nubia Z17 and OP5 are the ones for me.

  • We will compare the camera with nubia z17, xioami mi6 and oneplus 5 soon.

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