Oppo is set to release the Reno11 series on November 23. The Reno11 is expected to feature a Mediatek Dimensity 8200 chipset, as revealed by a recent AnTuTu listing. The phone, known as the Oppo PJH110 or “Reno 11 5G”, scored over 1 million points, running on Android 14 with a 120 Hz screen.
The Dimensity 8200 chipset was released by Mediatek about a year ago and was previously used in the Chinese version of Reno10 Pro. Now, Oppo is utilizing the chip in the vanilla version of the Reno11, potentially indicating a more powerful platform for the Reno11 Pro.
The AnTuTu result of 1,033,340 is slightly better than other phones with the same chipset. This improvement may be attributed to the 12 GB LPPDR5 RAM with 512 GB UFS 4.0 storage that the Reno11 will come with. The phone is expected to run on Android 14 with ColorOS 14 on top.
A total of four colorways of the Reno11 series have been revealed, with Green and Pearl White being highlighted as the hero colors. It is not confirmed which of these colors will be available for the basic Reno11 model.
All the details about the Reno11, including the color options and specifications, will be disclosed in seven days’ time.
The information was originally sourced from a Chinese social media platform and a technology news website.