OPPO has a new midrange phone for the local market. The OPPO F11 Pro has been launched in the Philippines, and then we were right about it is pricing, which is right in the middle of the pack in regard to most other midrange handsets. The local cost of the OPPO F11 Pro is P18,990 (around $361), and it comes in two gradient colors — Aurora Green with a bright blue-green hue and then Thunder Black, which transitions from black to purple depending on how you’re holding the device.
Preorders go live March 28 until April 5 in OPPO stores and then authorized retailers nationwide. Customers can start claiming their units from April 6, and then those who participate in the presale will receive a Bluetooth speaker worth P2,499 ($47). Besides the traditional cash and then credit card payments, the F11 Pro is also available through Home Credit installment plans and then major cellular operator Globe Telecom through a data plan like ThePlan 1499, which doesn’t charge extra (at least in this cae) to cover the cost of the device.
Speaking of, the mobile phone itself focuses on camera quality, both on the front and then at the back where there are two lenses to shoot with. The 16-megapixel selfie camera, in particular, will not be visible when not used; it’s motorized and then pops up automatically the moment you switch to selfie mode in the camera app. It’s similar to the Vivo V15 and V15 Pro’s front-facing camera.The new-look OPPO F11 Pro create a few big changes on the outside although it works about the same as its predecessor, too. There is a plethora of superb options in the midrange right now, but it will be attractive to see where the F11 Pro sits against rival handsets.