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Oppo F11 Pro hands-on: Huge screen and a 48-megapixel camera


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Positivity     45.00%   
   Negativity   55.00%
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SOURCE: https://mashable.com/article/oppo-f11-pro-hands-on/
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Summary

With enough light, the Oppo F11 Pro's rear camera will often take a great photo.Image: Stan Schroeder/MashableAs is typical of most phones that weren't made by Apple or Samsung, bokeh shots were pretty bad, too soft, with focus all over the place. The Oppo F11 Pro takes portrait mode photos that are oddly soft, but here and there a portrait photo will turn out alright.Image: Stan SchroederAnd although the Oppo F11 Pro doesn't go overboard with the selfie camera — it only has a 16-megapixel sensor — I've found the selfies satisfactory once I turned the beautifying features off completely. The 16-megapixel selfie camera takes good photos, once you turn off the beautifying features.Image: STAN SCHROEDER/MASHABLEI didn't have enough time with the F11 Pro to properly judge its performance, but unless you're a heavy gamer or a very demanding user, it'll likely do just fine. But most importantly, the Oppo F11 Pro handled this PUBG session with ease, on highest graphics settings.Image: STAN SCHROEDER/MASHABLEOverall, a good point of reference for the F11 Pro is the recently launched Vivo V15 Pro. On the surface, the phones are similar: 48-megapixel camera, pop-up selfie camera, huge, notch-less screens.

As said here by Stan Schroeder