Few images of an upcoming smartphone from Chinese brand Oppo has trickled on the web and all thanks to tipster Ishan Agarwal. The tipster captioned that he received these unnamed images from an anonymous tipster and carries certain details that you would be happy to check out.
A look at the phone reveals that it has a 6-inch screen with a popup front camera module that frees it from any notch or punch hole that other smartphones are working on. We are confused between Oppo R19 and Oppo F11 since there are certain aspects of these images that match up with the predecessors of the R and F-series.
To put things into context, Oppo R19 is a flagship device while the F11 would be a mid-range device. The images show that the device has a thick bezel around the edges which is a concern with flagship devices since they are “flagship” and get the best of treatments. But on the other hand, it has a physical fingerprint scanner at the back much like Oppo F9. If you think about, the upcoming Oppo smartphone could have features of both these phones.
Although the tipster produced an image of “About Phone” section, unfortunately, the details are either deliberately blurred or the anonymous sender itself sent these edited images. But there is a possibility that the device will run on Android Pie 9.0 as you can see in the images along with the skin of ColorOS v6.0 as said. The details on RAM, processor, device storage, and the model number has been blocked so we couldn’t confirm the details yet.
If it is Oppo R19 which ironically could have a popup front camera too as per leaks, we could be seeing the potential design for upcoming OnePlus 7 as which where the OnePlus flagship smartphones are solely based on Oppo R-series which isn’t a secret anymore.
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