However, it seems like the pair isn’t the only smartphones OPPO is planning to introduce this month. Another smartphone dubbed as OPPO A11, with model number OPPO PCHM10, is also expected to make it’s debut this month. This device is expected to be the watered-down version of the OPPO A11x which was announced in September.
This device was previously certified by the Chinese TENAA authority, and was thought to be the Chinese variant of the recently unveiled OPPO A5 (2020). However, although it’s design remain similar to that of the OPPO A5 (2020), there are in fact some minor upgrades to the camera compartment of the OPPO A11 according to it’s China Telecom listing.
Unlike the OPPO A5 (2020), the upcoming OPPO A11 will arrives with a 48 megapixels main snapper, instead of having a mediocre 12MP main sensor. The other three optic sensors in the quad-camera setup will remain the same as the OPPO A5 (2020) including an 8 megapixels sensor and a pair of 2 megapixels sensors.
Other than that, the A11 will come with pretty much the same specs as the OPPO A5 (2020). According to the listing, it will arrive with a 6.5-inch display with 1600 X 720 pixels screen resolution which will be driven by a Snapdragon 665 SoC out of the box. It has an overall footprint measuring 163.6×75.6×9.1mm and weights approximately 195 grams.
In it’s memory compartment, there will be 4GB worth of RAM and 128GB onboard storage space (expandable by up to 256GB). It’s waterdrop notch on the front panel will house a 16 megapixels selfie camera. The device will be loaded with Android 9.0 OS and will have a mammoth 4,800mAh battery which support fast-charging.
For those who’re interested, the OPPO A11 will be available in four color options including Black, Green, White and Purple. Pricing-wise, it’s 4GB+128GB model will cost 1,599 Yuan (US$244) in China.