Renders of the Oppo A11s have surfaced, revealing design details about the rumoured phone. Several renders of the phone have appeared online, revealing its colour options as well as the back and front panel designs. The Oppo A11s is most likely a descendant of the Oppo A11k, which was released last year. The Oppo A11s variant’s features are yet to be revealed, although it is likely to be a mid-range product from the company. At the back, the Oppo A11s will have additional cameras than the Oppo A11k.
Renders of the rumoured Oppo A11s model have been revealed by tipster Evan Blass. Oppo has made no comments about a prospective debut of this phone, but Blass’ tweet hints it could be on the way. According to the renders, the Oppo A11s will be available in two colours: white and black. The phone’s back panel features a glossy gradient appearance in both colours, and a rear fingerprint sensor can be seen in the top centre.
A triple camera configuration is housed within a rectangular camera module on the back panel’s upper left corner. The sensors are arranged in a straight line, one below the other. The flash is placed next to the cameras. The Oppo A11s has a hole-punch display on the front, with the cutout located in the top left corner of the screen. The power button is visible on the right side of the smartphone’s spine, while the volume buttons are visible on the left. Along with the images, Blass does not provide any specifications for the Oppo A11s.
Oppo’s A-series portfolio was recently expanded with the launch of the A16s in Europe. This model has a 6.52-inch HD+ display and is powered by a MediaTek Helio G35 SoC. It includes a triple rear camera system with a 13-megapixel primary sensor and a fingerprint sensor on the side.