Oppo is all set to launch the Oppo F11 Pro on March 5 in India. The phone has been teased by the Chinese giant all of last week, and now the phone has leaked in a hands-on video. The short video shows the front and back portions of the display. The hands-on video shows us the premium-grade back panel donning a gradient finish, and the dual rear camera setup that leads up to the pop-up selfie camera mechanism. The video, unfortunately, doesn't show the pop-up selfie camera in action.
The video has been published by Twitter user named Boby Do, and he has posted a four-second clip that shows the phone from the front and back. The front is all display, as seen in all the teasers of the past, and the phone has the camera app turned on. Unfortunately, the back camera lens is turned on and not the selfie cam, which is why the pop-up selfie camera mechanism stays hidden inside the frame. The back panel is seen to sport a purple gradient panel with a glossy finish which looks quite attractive. There's the dual rear camera setup aligned vertically at the back with an accompanying flash and a rear fingerprint sensor sitting beneath the sensors.
The video shows design details that corroborate with all past leaks and teasers. Oppo has already confirmed that the F11 Pro will sport a pop-up selfie camera, a 48-megapixel rear camera, and a 3D gradient casing. Further, the Oppo F11 Pro will include a Super Night Mode for enhanced low light photography.
The dual rear camera setup houses a 48-megapixel primary sensor and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor. On the front, the smartphone will include a pop-up selfie camera of unknown resolution. The phone is also confirmed to include VOOC 3.0 fast charging support, and tipped to come in at least Blue and Gradient Purple colour options.