During the second quarter of 2019,ever evolving smartphone brand OPPO had introduced its pinnacle of portrait photography, the OPPO F11 Pro in Bangladeshi market. Ever since OPPO had announced its plan to launch this phone in Bangladesh, it created a hype among the smartphone fans, especially it created a great appeal to the smartphone photographers. It’s been three months that OPPO fans has got their hand into that smartphone and by every means, OPPO F11 Pro has been a successful device to meet the expectation against the market hype that it had created earlier.
OPPO F11 Pro is such a device that comes with an attractive design, gradient color, immersive screen without notch and a selfie camera that remains hidden and rises out when needed, sounds like a premium flagship device. But no, all these features comes in OPPO F11 Pro that is more affordable than a flagship device. If you are planning to buy a phone that is a real game changer in terms of photography then check out facts that made OPPO F11 Pro the most desired smartphone of 2019 for portrait photography even in low light.
OPPO has incorporated 48 MP1/2.0” photo sensor in the primary rear camera. For another 5 MP rear camera OPPO has used 1/5” depth sensor to have DSLR kind blurry effect in the images. The front camera has 1/3.1” image sensor.
The 48MP rear camera comes with 0.8µm pixel and the secondary depth sensor camera comes with 1.12µm pixel. The selfie camera mounted on rising platform comes with 1.0µm pixel. The camera software uses tetra-cell technology that combines four adjacent pixels into one. This results in a sharper 12MP photo with plenty of light, detail and less noise. The secondary 5MP camera is used only for depth information when taking portraits, for example. And as for the selfie camera, it’s on a rising platform that uses a 16MP sensor with 1.0µm pixels and an f/2.0 lens.
Camera APP Features
The camera app offers AI scene recognition which successfully recognizes the pre-set subjects and the software will tweak all settings accordingly. The app has three major modes – Photo, Portrait and Video – and users can swipe between those. The new Dazzle Color is an advanced HDR mode, which stacks a couple of images and offers even further improvements in the dynamic range and occasionally – better color saturation. There is also a hamburger menu with a few more shooting modes – Expert (manual settings), Panoramic, Time-lapse, Slow-motion, and Ultra Night Mode. The latter is the so-called long-exposure handheld mode for night photos, which is the thing to have these days.
OPPO F11 Pro is available across the country at OPPO outlets and various E-commerce platforms. The phone comes with a BDT 36,990 price tag.