Oppo R11 Clears China’s 3C Certification ahead of Release

Oppo R11

The release of the upcoming Oppo R11 is just around the corner as the phone has just gone through the official 3C certification body in China.

Going by history, a phone’s appearance on 3C is an indicator that its release date is near and even though we don’t have an exact date, we can be sure that it won’t be long before we see the new Oppo R11. This phone has been in the rumor mills for quite some time now and in fact, we already know quite a lot about it, including the specs and features to expect.

Images of the phone appeared a while back and this was followed by a listing on GFXBench, which all but confirmed the technical specs of the Oppo R11. From the leaked images, it was evident that the Oppo R11 will be coming in with a dual-lens camera on the back, with a design language that almost resembles the iPhone 7 Plus.

Well, it’s nothing strange that an Oppo phone is being touted with a dual-lens camera on the back. In fact, the OEM has made a lot of success not because it makes phones with powerful hardware specs, but because its handsets have some of the best cameras you can find in the market at their price tags.

Oppo R11

If the rumors and leaks are to be believed, the Oppo R11 will ship with a 20MP snapper on the front panel, something that will for sure be hard to beat in the current selfie-obsessed smartphone market. As for the back panel, expect at least a 16MP lens, but the details of the alleged second lens are still unclear.

The GFXBench listing also confirmed that the Oppo R11 will ship with a display screen of 5.5 inches in size with a decent Full HD resolution. Under the hood, the R11 is touted to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC that is paired with a massive 4GB RAM alongside 64GB of storage, which should be expandable via a microSD card. For the OS, the Oppo R11 will run the latest Android Nougat OS out of the box and even though the battery capacity is not yet known, you can be sure that it will have support for the company’s proprietary fast charging technology, VOOC.

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