OPPO to Release OPPO F11 Pro Featuring Ultra Night Mode in Low Light

By Korir Isaac / April 12, 2019




OPPO, the international smartphone maker, is set to add new products – the OPPO F11 and F11 Pro – to its beloved F series of mobile phones.

The F11 series boasts an excellent selfie function and a sleek design like those of its predecessors as well as several innovative technologies.

The new phones are equipped with a new 48MP ultra-clear camera system, a rising camera, and a panoramic screen, bringing customers more comfortable and flawless user experience.

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From Selfie Expert to Portrait Master

The favorite camera phone brand of young people everywhere, OPPO, has always been committed to providing creative youths with the inventive mobile phones that allow them to snap and share expressions of themselves and the world around them.

Seeing as portraits are the most popular form of smartphone photography, OPPO first devised a selfie function that was continuously refreshed and enriched with cutting-edge selfie technology as well as a front camera.

The mobile phone’s fantastic portrait photography was not only popular among customers but enriched OPPO’s legacy and standing as the ultimate “Selfie Expert”.

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Building on the groundbreaking dual rear camera and portrait technology of F9, the OPPO F11 series elevates the F series to a higher level, upgrading the mobile phones and OPPO itself from “Selfie Expert” to “Portrait Master”.

48MP Ultra-clear Image + Ultra-clear Night Mode for Night Photography

The OPPO F11 series features an ultra-high standard 48MP+5MP dual camera system, F1.79 aperture, 6P lens, and 1/2.25-inch image sensors to bring more light.

In dark environments, the F11 series’ «Tetra cell technology» analyzes and combines the data acquired by four adjacent pixels to make it equivalent to a single pixel size of 1.6μm, doubling the size of the photosensitive pixel and shooting brighter and low-noise night portraits.

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OPPO F11 series is also powered by Ultra Night Mode and Dazzle Color Mode, OPPO’s system-level optimization solution specially designed for smartphone photography.

This solution automatically recognizes the shooting scene and matches it with the targeted optimization solution.

In Ultra Night Mode, it distinguishes between portraits and backgrounds, focuses on faces, and adjusts skin color in night portraits to enliven the overall effect.

This also intelligently reduces the overall noise, suppressing highlights, improving the dynamic range, and increasing the brightness of dark areas to make night shots clean and clear.

Through a flawless combination of hardware and software, the OPPO F11 series offers an exceptionally robust rear camera capability, enabling young consumers to easily capture the world and record all the delightful moments of their lives.

A Panoramic Screen and Natural Gradient Design for Sublime Natural Beauty

OPPO F11 Pro has been designed to be as fluid and streamlined as possible. Its magnificent panoramic screen has been designed to hide the front camera, making it “notchless” and creating a stunning full screen.

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While OPPO F9 set the gradient design trend, F11 Pro captures a new design breakthrough that integrates a vivid natural beauty into the streamlined sleekness of the gradient.

OPPO has always believed that mobile phones are not only communication tools but pieces of art as well.

In addition to the above features, the OPPO F11 series also seeks to improve the overall user experience and solve common smartphone problems such as over-heat, lag, and battery life.



About Korir Isaac

A creative, tenacious, and passionate journalist with impeccable ethics and a nose for anticipated and spontaneous news. He may not say it, but he sure can make one hell of a story.

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