Oppo R11: Australian Pricing, Specs And Availability

Oppo R11: Australian Pricing, Specs And Availability

The R11 is the latest photographer-friendly smartphone from Chinese manufacturer Oppo. It boasts a dual rear camera and a 20-megapixel front camera for greater shooting versatility. Here are the specifications, pricing and availability details for Australia.

Oppo R11 specifications

The Oppo R11’s main claims to fame are its sophisticated phone camera and attractive price point for a flagship phone (more on which below.) As mentioned, it comes with 20-megapixel and 16-megapixel rear cameras, along with a 20MP snapper on the front, making it an intriguing choice for selfie fans.

Other noteworthy features include a five-inch AMOLED display, Snapdragon 660 octa-core processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB of onboard storage and a 3000mAh battery. Here are the chief specs:

Display 5.5-inch FHD AMOLED
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels
OS Color OS 3.1 (Android 7.1)
Processor Octa Core 2,2Ghz + 1.9Ghz
CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon 660
GPU Adreno 512
Storage 64GB
Battery 3000mAh (non-removable)
Camera Rear: 20MP AF (f/2.6) + 16MP AF (f/1.7) | Front: 20MP FF (f/2.0)
Dimensions 154.5mm x 74.8mm x 6.8mm
Weight 150g

Oppo R11 Pricing / Availability

The Oppo R11 will retail for $649. It will be available on 7 August from JB Hi-Fi, The Good Guys, Officeworks, Woolworths Mobile and Virgin Mobileto. Vodafone customers will be able get it from 9 August. If you’re super keen, you can also pre-order from JB Hi-Fi on 31 July.

Oppo R11 Mobile Plans

You’ll be able to pick up the Oppo R11 on a plan through Virgin Mobile for $45 per month with 2GB data (minimum total: $1080 over 24 months.) Extra data will set you back $10 per GB.

We’ve had a play around with this device and can confirm that its photography chops are impressive. Let us know if you’re keen for a review and we’ll make it happen!


  • We’ve had a play around with this device and can confirm that its photography chops are impressive. Let us know if you’re keen for a review and we’ll make it happen!

    Yes, please.

  • I have the R9s running ColorOS3.0.0; if it’s anything like that phone it would have good hardware and performance specs.

    The downside of Oppo phones is the ColorOS operating system.

    It gives me concerns on just how inflexible it is: impossible to change contact and SMS program (for security reasons (Unexplained) it always changes back to system default which is so basic it belongs in an earlier decade), impossible to put programs on any white list to allow them to keep working or be ignored by system management – particularly when the screen turns off when it closes all introduced programs to conserve energy (which is a concern with my mileage apps for tax purposes and physical activity apps for health reasons). It would be safe to say the current OS allows very little modifications by users to make it more comfortable for them. (I’ve been spoilt by previous LG & Samsung phones and have talked with Oppo about it which, to their credit, they have responded to but, with no useful information on how to fix or if it will be fixed in later editions.)

    I’d love to see a review on the new phone and ask that you also put the new OS through its paces and see how it handles customisation and overall friendliness to user needs.

    Also, I’d like to see an option for English Australian when setting up the phone – I could only find US & U.K. when I setup my phone.

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