Oppo announces R11s and R11s Plus handsets: Bezelless, 2:1 Display

Oppo just announced the Oppo R11s and Oppo R11s Plus today. These are the new flagship smartphones by the Chinese manufacturer. Oppo has made considerable changes on these smartphones. Both the phones carry a new design language joining the bezelless brigade.  They also carry dual-shooters at the back to stand in line with the current camera competition. The display ratio on these phones is 2:1 and they look absolutely beautiful. Let’s learn a little bit more about these smartphones now.

Oppo R11s

The Oppo R11s comes with a 6.01-inch display. Resolution is 1080 x 2160 and its protected by Gorilla Glass 5. This phone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 CPU. There is a RAM of 4GB inside. Internal storage is 64GB and it also supports external microSD card. There is a dual-rear camera setup having a shooter of 16MP and one shooter of 20MP. There is no wide-angle, telephoto lens here. USB Type-C is the port to connect the charger. R11s has a 3,205 mAh battery. Oppo R11s is available in three colors including Black, Champagne, and Red color. The Black and Champagne colors cost around $450 and the Red color costs around $482. The phone will be released in China on November 11, 2017.

Oppo R11s Plus

Absolutely nothing different here except for the 6GB RAM, 6.43-inch display, and 4,000 mAh battery. The price tag of this phone is $560. Both these phones run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. The design, display, specs, and everything are same as that of the Oppo R11s. 

Although there is nothing very exciting about both the smartphones, it looks like a good move from Oppo since it’s completely overhauling its design to stay in the competition. The phone could have sported nicer specifications, but it isn’t very bad with what Oppo has to offer at the moment.

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