Oppo launched the K10x last September, and today it unveiled its successor - Oppo K11x. It's powered by the Snapdragon 695 SoC paired with up to 12GB RAM and boots Android 13-based ColorOS 13.1. The smartphone has up to 256GB of storage onboard and packs a 6.72" FullHD+ 120Hz screen having 680 nits peak brightness (550 nits typical). Oppo doesn't mention if it's an LCD or an AMOLED panel, but chances are it's the former since the fingerprint scanner is embedded in the power button.
The Oppo K11x features three cameras - a 108MP primary camera, a 2MP depth camera, and a 16MP selfie camera. And fueling the entire package is a 5,000 mAh battery with 67W wired charging. Oppo claims the bundled 67W adapter can fill the 5,000 mAh cell from 1% to 80% in 33 minutes.
The rest of the Oppo K11x's highlights include USB-C, a 3.5mm headphone jack, dual speakers, and 5G connectivity. The smartphone also has a microSD card slot for storage expansion.
The Oppo K11x doesn't bring enough upgrades over the K10x since the most notable differences between the two phones are in the display and camera departments.
Moreover, if the Oppo K11x looks familiar to you, it's because it is a version of the OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite unveiled last month. You can read our OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite hands-on review to learn more about it.
Circling back to the Oppo K11x, the smartphone is offered in two colors and three memory configurations - 8GB/128GB, 8GB/256GB, and 12GB/256GB priced at CNY1,499 ($210/€200/INR17,600), CNY1,699 ($240/€225/INR19,950), and CNY1,899 ($270/€250/INR22,300), respectively. It will go on sale in China starting May 31 through Oppo's official Chinese website.
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