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Oppo R11 uncovered in GFXBench database: dual 16MP main camera, 20MP selfie cam

Oppo R11 uncovered in GFXBench database: dual 16MP main camera, 20MP selfie cam

Oppo already launched its first dual camera phone, the F3 Plus, but that focused on selfies. The Oppo R11 could become the first to have a dual cam on the back, though specs uncovered in the GFXBench database show that we can still expect solid selfie photography.
The benchmark detected a 16MP main camera (it can’t tell the difference between single and dual cams) as well as a 20MP selfie camera. Both are capable of 1080p video (but not 4K).
The rest is as expected - an octa-core processor (a Snapdragon 660 SoC perhaps, the older 653 is possible too), 4GB of RAM and 64GB of built-in storage, plus a surprisingly fresh Android 7.1.
Oppo R6051 / R11 specs detected by GFXBench

The Oppo R11 will have a 5.5” 1080p screen, but rumor has it that a Plus version will increase the diagonal to 6”. We should be seeing both in June - whether they will bring Oppo’s 5x zoom dual camera or not (among other details) is anyone's guess.


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