The OPPO Reno11 F Arrives as an Entry-Level Variant

The OPPO Reno11 F Arrives as an Entry-Level Variant

OPPO recently unveiled the global version of the Reno11 series in the Philippines, which consists of the standard and Pro versions. Both boast telephoto cameras and a curved display, and now support 4K selfie videos.


While we are not getting a Pro+ version like in China, the third member of the Reno11 might be a toned-down version in the form of the Reno11 F, which OPPO recently unveiled in Thailand.

Unlike its siblings, the Reno11 F has a boxy look with flat frame sides and a flat 6.7-inch 120hz OLED display–though the in-display fingerprint scanner and 32-megapixel selfie shooter is still there. The rear cameras are toned down: you get a 64-megapixel main camera with OIS, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and no telephoto camera–you instead get a 2-megapixel filler sensor.

The Reno11 F is similar to the standard variant as it also uses a Dimensity 7050 processor and a 5000mAh battery that supports 67w charging. The configuration made available in Thailand is a 8GB/256GB variant. You don’t get stereo speakers on the Reno11 F–but you do get an IP65 rating, which is absent on both the standard and Pro models. 

The OPPO Reno11 F is priced at THB 10,990 or around Php 18k when converted. OPPO’s Thailand releases usually make it to the Philippines, so there’s a possibility that the Reno11 F might arrive in the country soon.

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