The OPPO Reno11 Series Launched with Surprisingly Decent Pricing

No more Pro Plus this time, and that’s for a good reason.

We were invited to yesterday’s event at BGC but unfortunately, due to schedule conflicts, we were not able to. However, we are proud to present to you what the Reno11 series is all about. In a nutshell, they are photo-centric phones with major improvements from last year’s Reno10 series. OPPO even removed the Pro and merged its features with the Pro Plus with a better pricing this time around.

In the event, Bea Alonzo and Nadine Lustre were present. They are the Filipino ambassadors to represent Oppo and the Reno line, and are the perfect choices to demonstrate the photographic capabilities of the phones.

With that said, there are only two phones now. These are the Reno11 and Reno11 Pro. Both of them are much more unified.

The two phones feature a design of what we’re going to call Oppo’s attempt at a Huawei device. The rear camera island design does remind us of Huawei’s Nova series, particularly the Huawei Nova 10. The design is a continuation of how the Reno10 series is designed and the colours are now inspired by nature, hence why in yesterday’s event, invitees were encouraged to wear light and nature-based colours. We also like the ceramic look of these two.

Perhaps, the main highlight of both phones are their cameras. the basic Reno11 features a 50MP Sony Lytia LYT600 while the more expensive variant uses a Sony IMX890 sensor. Both have OIS so your videos won’t be very shakey. Another similarity of them is the use of an 8MP Ultrawide camera, 32MP Sony IMX709 telephoto, and a 32MP selfie camera.

Unlike last year when there was a combination of both Qualcomm and MediaTek chips, this time, Oppo just opted to use a MediaTek Dimensity chip. These are the Dimensity 7050 (aka Dimensity 1080) and Dimensity 8200. The former of which was used on the base Reno10 as well.

Both phones have different charging rates and battery size. For the Reno11, it’s a 5000mAh battery with 67W fast charging and the Pro version comes with 4600mAh + 80W fast charging which is a slight downgrade from the Pro Plus’ 100W. Still, there should be no noticeable difference. And we know this because we once reviewed the OnePlus Nord 3 which uses the same SuperVOOC technology and charging rate from Oppo.

The phones are relatively valuable. The Reno11 is only 1K more expensive than the previous phone, and now comes with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. The Reno11 Pro is significantly cheaper than the Reno10 Pro Plus but is tad more expensive than last year’s Pro. However, as we mentioned, the Reno11 Pro is an amalgamation of the Pro and Pro Plus lines so it’s appropriate to have its price in between. This one comes with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage.

The Reno11 series comes with one unified colour—Rock Grey and two unique colours: Pearl White for the Pro and Wave Green for the basic Reno11. Whatever colour you choose, all of these choices are aesthetically pleasing, can’t say the same about the oddity of the rear camera hump though.

Additionally, Oppo recommends you create an account through the MyOppo App to gain exclusive benefits and vouchers. This app is also where you can find amazing freebies and updates. For us, we recommend you joining Oppo’s Facebook group called Oppo Circle – Philippines to see feedback from regular users and also gain an exclusive sneak peek about the brand’s new and upcoming products.

The Reno11 and 11 Pro are available through its official Shopee, Lazada, and TikTok Shop channels. If you prefer getting it through a prepaid plan, Smart and Globe have you covered. Pre-order is on-going for both.


  • Pre-order starts on February 2, 10 AM
  • OPPO Reno11 5G will be available via Plan 1799 with Php 1,000 cash-out
  • OPPO Reno11 Pro 5G will be available via Plan 1999 with Php 2,000 cash-out
  • Comes with FREE OPPO Enco Buds2


  • Pre-order starts on February 2, 10 AM
  • OPPO Reno11 Series 5G will be available via Plans+ 999 with payment options (Straight Payment, DP + Monthly Amortization, 0% Credit Card installment for 12 months)
  • OPPO Reno11 Series 5G will also be available via Device Plans
  • FREE OPPO Enco Buds2 for every purchase

The phones are also available to every major credit card holders and Home Credit. The latter offers instalment plans of 6/9/12/15/18 months at 0% interest. Terms and conditions, as well as disclaimers, apply so read carefully to avoid unnecessary charges. Please pay on time to avoid penalties or pay in full for a better peace of mind.

For credit card holders, choose between 6- or 12-month installments also with 0% interest. REMINDER: Please read carefully the terms of your bank and pay on time to avoid penalties and/or unnecessary charges. We recommend calculating the total cost of purchase yourself to see what deal is better for you. If it’s not urgent, then there is little need to pay via installments and instead it’s better to pay the phone at full price.

Read more about the phone’s specs in this article.