The Oppo Reno11 Series Will Premiere in the Philippines on February 1

First day of February, new phone already?? Woahh

It felt like the Rrno10 Series was just released yesterday. How time flies fast. We’re already on the eleventh iteration with the same “Portrait Expert” tagline but with even better cameras! There are only two now as Oppo may have finally realized that they can merge the Pro and Pro Plus into one unit!

You can clearly tell from the picture which one is the Reno11 Pro from the vanilla Reno11. They have a lot of similarities. For instance, the Reno11 uses Sony’s Lytia sensors. Unlike the IMX series which is based on Sony’s popular Exmor sensors, the Lytia is designed for smartphones exclusively. The Reno11 5G will be using the midrange-tier Lytia LYT600 while the Pro will use the flagship Sony IMX890 with OIS. Both of these sensors have 50MP resolution and support OIS but the IMX890 is larger, allowing more light to pass through, so images are brighter with the Pro phone.

Both phones also have an ultrawide camera but this part is mostly ignored in our press release. Most likely, it’s because it’s an 8MP sensor that’s really not worth mentioning. This is also the same for the previous phones in the series.

Both phones will utilize a 32MP Sony IMX709 sensor for telephotos. The front cameras are once again using a 32MP sensor.

Cameras are the main highlight of the Reno series, even during its heyday. Though back then, the series was more of a concept device for Oppo and featured quite a unique design, such as the diagonally-aligned pop-up camera of the Reno2F. Now, the series is much more streamlined for those who are truly photo enthusiasts.

Going back to the general spec sheet. Both phones use the same type of display, a 6.7″ FullHD+ (2412x1080px) AMOLED with a 120Hz refresh rate and up to 240Hz touch response rate. The resolution is actually nerfed here as the Reno10 Pro Plus had a 1.5K display.

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Onto the chipset which has a noticeable difference. See, the Reno11 uses a MediaTek Dimensity 7050 chipset, known to many veterans as the Dimensity 1300, the same chip used for the Reno10. Meanwhile, instead of using a Qualcomm chip like the Reno10 Pro and Pro Plus did, Oppo chose the Dimensity 8200 instead. A 4nm chipset that is slightly just below the performance of the more flagship-oriented Dimensity 9200.

The battery for both phones is pretty similar, with 5000mAh capacity for the Reno11 and 4600mAh for the Reno11 Pro. In terms of charging, the Reno11 Pro comes with 80W SuperVOOC fast charging while the vanilla Reno11 has 67W fast charging. Those are pretty much the only things different.

As a midrange phone, it has an in-display fingerprints scanner, 5G services, 4G LTE, and Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. As with the previous phones in the series, you can tell which one is the other by their colours. The exclusive colour for the Reno11 is Wave Green with a design pattern inspired by ocean waves and shimmering shining silk. Meanwhile, the Pearl White colour of the Reno11 Pro has that ceramic-like feel and, as the name suggests, a white pearl-based design.

Their unified colour is Rock Grey, which, when exposed to light, will reveal a lighter, glittery feel and is definitely suitable for those who are just looking that is something minimalistic yet feels out of the extraordinary.

The phones will soon catch the attention of all Filipinos nationwide on February 1st. It is fashionable as it is just as good for taking landscape photos of Baguio City!

Oppo Philippines is not telling the price yet to us, but we will know once February 1 hits.


  • 6.7″ FullHD+ (2412x1080px) AMOLED, 120Hz refresh rate, 240Hz touch sampling rate
  • MediaTek Dimensity 7050 (Reno11) or MediaTek Dimensity 8200 (Reno11 Pro)
    • 50MP (Primary), f/1.8, 79° FOV, Sony Lytia LYT600 (Reno 11), OIS
    • 50MP (Primary), f/1.8, 84° FOV, Sony IMX890 (Reno11 Pro), OIS
    • 8MP (Ultrawide), f/2.2, 112° FOV
    • 32MP (Telephoto), f/2.0, Sony IMX709
    • FRONT: 32MP, f/2.4
      • 4K@30fps video
  • ColorOS 14 based on Android 14
  • 4600mAh, 80W fast charging (Reno11 Pro)
    • 5000mAh, 67W fast charging (Reno11)
  • USB-C, In-display fingerprint scanner, Virtual RAM
  • 5G services, Bluetooth 5.2, Wi-Fi 6/6e, NFC
  • Wave Green (Reno11), Pearl White (Reno11 Pro), Rock Grey
  • PRICE:
    • 12/256 (Reno11): TBA
    • 12/512 (Reno11 Pro): TBA