Oppo will release the Reno11 series on November 23. The vanilla phone appeared on AnTuTu today with a Mediatek Dimensity 8200 chipset.
The Oppo PJH110, already confirmed by Bluetooth SIG to be named “Reno 11 5G”, scored over 1 million points, and confirmed it's running Android 14 on a 120 Hz screen.
Mediatek released the Dimensity 8200 chipset about a year ago, and Oppo used it in the Chinese version of Reno10 Pro. Now, a generation later, it is placing the chip in the vanilla version, inevitably suggesting a more powerful platform for the Reno11 Pro.
The 1,033,340 result is slightly better than other phones with Dimensity 8200 we tested in our reviews, and we believe the improvement comes from the memory part - 12 GB LPPDR5 RAM with 512 GB UFS 4.0 storage. The Reno11 will come with Android 14, likely with ColorOS 14 on top.
Oppo revealed four colorways of the Reno11 series, with Green and Pearl White being the hero colors. We have yet to learn which of them, if any, will be on the basic Reno11, but everything will be known in exactly seven days' time.