Welcome to the Oppo F11 Pro Review post, here in this post you will find everything about the Oppo F11 Pro smartphone that you need to know.
Within a year, Oppo went from embracing the notch to replacing it completely with a pop-up slider. And in a market literally flooded with this smartphones, The bold design decisions of Oppo have helped to stand out; the F11 Pro is no exception. This is actually a purified design and can hold its own against the best in the portion.
Using the Oppo F11 Pro as my primary device for a bit of time under a week, it has become progressively difficult to find any reasonable flaw that might deflect customers from this phone. The internals may be lacking a little in comparison to the phone’s exterior, but the phone does not marketed itself as a performance beast device. Most phone of the Oppo are a camera-first device, and Oppo F11 Pro is also a very good example of one.
Do you have to buy this smartphone? If you love cameras and have a budget of Rs 47,990, and have an eye for how a phone looks, then the Oppo F11 Pro is for you.
In this article, you will learn:
Oppo F11 Pro review: Design
Oppo is not slacking off when it comes to design. I was happy to note that Oppo took the design forward with the F11 Pro: the amazing back panel of the F9 now has a triple-gradient, which looks quite lovely on the Thunder Black variant. Oppo F11 Pro is extremely premium to hold. Oppo F11 Pro has slightly higher weight, but I don’t think the few extra grams of weight matter.
Dual-camera setup of this phone is aligned centrally with the flash on the phone’s backside, and it has pop-up camera on the top of the phone. The fingerprint reader, the Oppo branding and the ‘designed by Oppo’ all text are aligned at the center with the camera unit as well, giving the phone a very consistent look. On the front of Oppo F11 Pro, we spot a notch-less display and next to no chin. The lack of a notch and a gigantic 6.3-inch FHD+ IPS LCD display makes always the best viewing feel in my opinion.
The display is not as bright as I would’ve liked, but even in brightly lit sunny conditions, the display was quite legible. It also dims enough in the dark to not hurt my eyes. Oppo also provided a blue light filter for night-time phone browsing. Generally, the display is great.
Oppo F11 Pro review: The 48 MP camera
Oppo F11 Pro has a 48 MP of main camera and a 5 MP depth sensor, in which the latter is used only for background blurring to give DSLR-like pictures. Oppo F11 Pro uses a technique called pixel binning by default to produce relatively sharp, detailed 12 MP images from that 48 MP sensor. If you want to shoot at 48 MP, you can change the camera settings. To be honest you will not see much different between the pixel-binned 12 MP shot or the 48 MP unbinned shot.
But all this does not mean that Oppo F11 Pro does not take great pictures. It does, and in fact, comparing to Nokia 8.1 it captures better color and dynamic range. However, the colors are slightly over-saturated, but this has been trademark Vivo and Oppo for years. Video recording on the device is also up to the mark, with EIS on the device stabilizing most of my shaky hand-held footage. The phone can only record 1080p and 720p a@30 fps.
Oppo had talked something about Nightscape in its press briefing. In my opinion, the night mode on the Oppo F11 Pro was a hit and miss. While the phone can take photos which capture a lot of detail in low-light, there is a lot of noise in photos a well. I expect that Oppo should improve Nightscape in upcoming future software updates. Front camera on Oppo F11 Pro is a pop-up one and is very fast at that, which takes less than a second to open and takes the same time to go back down. Quality of the 16 MP front sensor is great, but you can see the Oppo brand of screen smoothing taking effect in almost every click.
Oppo F11 Pro review: Performance
The Oppo F11 Pro has reasonable internal specs but, as with most cellphones in this range, cannot compete with the Poco F1’s hardware. Poco give up design and build quality for power to get the hardware in this price range, and Oppo appears to have taken the opposite manner. Inside the Oppo F11 Pro is a Helio P70 MediaTek SoC which is also part of the much cheaper Realme 3 . Apart from that, the phone has 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage with an option to expand using a micro-SD card.
Oppo F11 Pro review: Oppo F11 Pro Benchmark Comparison
The Oppo F11 Pro lags slightly behind the Nokia 8.1 and its Snapdragon 710 SoC which is shown by benchmark, but in real-world use, both phones seemed equally fine to me. Chrome, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and other heavy apps ran perfectly well without a hiccup, as expected. Experience of PUBG Mobile on this phone was nice, although I couldn’t play at max graphics settings due to processor constraints. As with most phones, including the liquid-cooled ASUS ROG phone, you start to notice a bit of lag after an hour or two of gameplay.
Oppo F11 Pro has a headphone jack. The single speaker at the bottom is not the greatest but is passable enough for in-room listening. The earpiece functioned well and call quality was as good as expected. Coming to authentication, Oppo F11 Pro has a lightning functioned fingerprint reader. The face unlock system is no slouch either, with the phone unlocking itself long before the front camera finished popping up. Of course, the caveat here is that this is a single-cam face unlock, which means it’s not secure and could be fooled by photos and video.
Oppo F11 Pro review: Software
Oppo’s software is getting better greatly with ColorOS 6.0 (based on Android 9.0 Pie), but there is still a lot which needs to be elaboration. There is little bloat as compared to the previous version of ColorOS, but the unnecessary Oppo App Store, an extra browser and a second messenger app are still there and can’t be removed. I do like the new UI however, with those big icons in the drop-down menu. There is also a option of app drawer, which is always a new feature to me.
Oppo F11 Pro review: Battery life
I saw nearly five-plus hours of screen on time and binged through half the third season of Sherlock Holmes (it’s a great series). The 4,000 mAh battery is doing its job and it is doing it very well. Battery life was solid two hours while playing PUBG. Oppo F11 Pro comes with Oppo’s proprietary VOOC fast charging system, which have the capacity of charging phone from 0-50 percent in 30 minutes of time, which is great for a 4,000 mAh battery. Fully charging the phone takes about an hour.
Oppo F11 Pro review: Verdict
I can easily recommend the Oppo F11 Pro all customers who are interested in owning a premium-looking smartphone but don’t want to dig too deep. The camera, display, and battery of the Oppo F11 Pro all receive heavy checkmarks, but the performance and software could do with some tweaks. Get the Oppo F11 Pro if you’re a sucker for looks and appreciate a great display and a great camera. For performance look no further than the Poco F1.
The Price of Oppo F11 Proin Nepal (Updated Oppo F11 Pro Price in Nepal) ?
The authorized seller of Oppo phone for Nepal has set the price of Oppo F11 Pro in Nepal Nrs. 47,990/– and its price may slightly vary.
Where to buy Oppo F11 Pro in Nepal? (Online/Offline Oppo F11 Pro Purchasing Guide)
There are plenty of offline stores to buy Oppo F11 Pro in Nepal. You can find this phone all over Nepal. If you prefer to buy this Oppo F11 Pro online in Nepal, there are so many online shopping in Nepal. You can choose either daraz or sastodeals, choicemandu or many others.