Nearly all specifications of the device have been leaked along with the design leaving no element of surprise for the audience.
Just days ahead of its launch, Chinese smartphone maker Oppo has listed R11s on its China website. However, thanks to the trove of past leaks and the newest detail from Oppo, there's little that we are unaware of. The images reveal that the smartphone will feature an edge-to-edge FullView display with an aspect ratio of 18:9. It now has a recess where the secondary microphone sits at the top, and the speaker grille, micro USB port, primary mic and audio jack are housed at the bottom.
The Oppo R11s is said to retain the Snapdragon 660 chipset and 4GB of RAM of its predecessor but upgrade the dual cameras on the back. On the back, the R11s has a 20MP+16MP dual camera setup, wheras on the front, it has a 20MP front camera with an artificial intelligence software support. There is 20MP camera sensor on the front as well.
Properly due out on November 2, in "champagne", black and red paint jobs, this snazzy big guy substantially reduces the bezels of the original R11 and R11 Plus, which will likely allow it to squeeze 6 inches of screen real estate into a "conventional" 5.5-inch package. The device is expected to run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat atop ColorOS and will be backed by a 3205mAh battery.