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OPPO F11 Pro Geekbench listing confirms MediaTek Helio P70 SoC and 6GB RAM

28 February 2019 2

The Chinese giant Oppo is all set to announce a new mid-range phone on March 5 in India. The device is likely to be announced as F11 Pro, the best thing about the device will be complete bezel-less design with pop-up selfie camera. The F11 Pro is expected to be announced as the direct successor of F9 Pro. Today ahead of its official unveiling the F11 Pro appears at the Geekbench listing which reveals few key details.

The Oppo phone bearing model number CPH1969 spotted at the Geekbench. The listing confirms the device is powered up by the MediaTek Helio P70 chipset. Its an Octa-core chipset built on the 12nm process. On the single-core test, the device achieved 1,573 points whereas on the multi-core the device achieved 5,844 points. The Octa-core chipset is accompanied with 6GB RAM. As OS the device is pre-installed with Android Pie straight out of the box with ColorOS 6.0 skin over it.

Thanks to so far leaks we have many details regarding the F11 Pro ahead of the official unveiling. The device will have a 6.5-inches LCD display with Full HD+ screen resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. The display aspect ratio will be 19.5:9.

The base model will have 6GB RAM and 64GB storage whereas the top of the line model comes with 128GB storage. The rear side has dual cameras, the primary sensor will be a 48MP module whereas the secondary sensor will be a depth-sensing 5MP sensor. The front-facing selfie snapper is 16MP with AI support. A 4,000mAH battery will keep its lights on.

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