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OPPO F11 Pro to be Launch in India on March 5. Hands On Video Leaked!

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OPPO today announced that it will be launching its next F series phone, Oppo F11 Pro on March 5 in the Indian market. The Chinese manufacturer has been teasing the phone for over a week now and now it has sent out invites to the launch event. The company revealed that it will be hosting a press event in Mumbai where it will unveil the F11 Pro.

As of now the exact pricing and availability is not known. But from a teaser page of OPPO, the smartphone will come with improved low light photography and a 3D gradient casing. There will be a dual camera setup on the rear with a LED flash and a pop-up selfie camera. The smartphone will have a 48MP primary rear camera and 5MP secondary camera which the company claims to use artificial intelligence to produce professional quality photos. It will also include a Super Night mode for enhanced low light photography.

Now from another report, a hands-on video of the smartphone has surfaced online. The short four second clip shows both the front and rear part of the device. The video published by a Twitter user @Boby25846908 shows the handset in a purple color premium-grade back panel with glossy finish. The vertically aligned rear dual cameras are embedded on a strip with an oval fingerprint sensor below. The handset has the camera app turned on, but it doesn’t show the pop-up selfie camera in action.

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It will sport a panaromic display without any notch. The OPPO F11 Pro is also confirmed to come with VOOC 3.0 fast charging. Apart from the Gradient Purple color seen on the leaked video, it will also likely to be available in a Blue color option. Other details will be revealed at the launch event. We will be informing you if any new information surfaces. Till then, keep tuned.

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