The Oppo K11 is right around the corner, and the phone popped up at multiple places over the weekend. The Oppo PJC110 phone appeared on Geekbench, revealing a Snapdragon 782G chipset and 12 GB RAM, but we already knew that from a TENAA listing.
The new bit of info comes from Oppo China president Bobee Liu who stated midrangers around CNY2,000 are now expected to come with a flagship-tier camera, meaning the K11 will have a 50 MP IMX890 sensor. The information arrived just hours after a leaked photo of the phone revealed a triple camera setup.
The new Oppo K11 might be just a new name for the recently announced OnePlus Nord CE 3 smartphone, as they both share the same chipset and camera sensor. What is different is the 100W fast charging on the Oppo, compared to 80W on the Nord CE 3, which might be due to different procedures to certify the safety of SuperVOOC.
The Oppo K series might be exclusive to China, but the cheaper K11x has already arrived on the international scene as the affordable OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite, pretty much confirming the K11 is indeed the Nord CE 3 for domestic users.