Industry analyst Evan Blass leaked the first full-res press images of the upcoming Oppo A11s early this week. From its design alone, it seemed to be a refreshed Oppo A53. But Mr. Blass has followed up on this leak with the detailed specifications, essentially confirming that the OPPO A11s is an A53 clone.
Although the Oppo A11s is offered in a new ivory color, the phone is likely not slated for Pakistan, where it’s already available under the A53 title. To review the specs, the A11s features a 6.5” IPS LCD with an O-hole punched through its corner. It’s a generic 720P panel with a low 269 PPI density but refreshes at a smoother 90Hz rate.
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Three lenses and a capacitive fingerprint scanner are mounted on the rear shell. It’s a plastic backplate finished in a light burst design. We’re looking at a cluster of 13MP wide lenses and two 2MP cameras. Out on the front, an 8MP selfie camera is housed inside the hole punch.
Inside the Oppo A11s, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 still runs the show. Oppo's new mobile for 2021 is built on an 11nm process, and the CPU is clocked at 1.8GHz. Oppo has stuck to the old-gen ColorOS 7.2 (based on Android 10) for the phone, further suggesting it’s a renamed A53. You can pick from 4GB/64GB, 4GB/128GB, and 8GB/128GB memory options.
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The 5000 mAh battery that backs up the Oppo A11s hardware supports 18W quick-charging. In addition to the ivory color, the phone is offered in a matte gray shade. We’ll have the pricing once the phone debuts, which doesn’t seem far off. Mr. Blass also reports that Oppo is also working on Oppo K9 Pro and Oppo X3 Pro Lensman Edition.