‘The Portrait Expert’ OPPO Reno11 Series featuring ColorOS 14 set to launch across the GCC on 10th January

‘The Portrait Expert’ OPPO Reno11 Series featuring ColorOS 14 set to launch across the GCC on 10th January

Today, global technology brand, OPPO, announces the upcoming launch of the Reno11 Series, featuring ColorOS14, on 10th January 2024. As one of the first operating systems based on Android 14, ColorOS 14 introduces an optimized Aquamorphic Design, AI-powered smart features for improved efficiency, upgraded self-developed technology to offer ultra-smooth performance, and easy-to-use tools for safety and privacy protection.

Once again, challenging the boundaries of camera capabilities, battery life and showstopping design, the newest Series guarantees a memorable user experience. Reno11’s Ultra-Clear Portrait Camera System puts a class-leading portrait camera, a powerful, high resolution all-purpose main camera and 4K Ultra-Clear Video capture in the user’s hand.

The Reno11 Series captures studio-grade portrait photography with a 32MP telephoto camera matched with a 47mm equivalent, 2x telephoto zoom which captures with a classical point of view for portraits, similar to the perspective of a human eye.

With a powerful 50MP Ultra-Clear Main Camera with OIS, users can expect an impressive, all-purpose camera. For expansive landscapes, the Reno11 series’ ultra-wide 8MP camera covers an all-seeing 112º field of view. More than a versatile stills camera, the newest Reno series launch also captures 4K ultra-clear video from both the main camera and 32MP selfie camera, so you can record, vlog, post and express yourself without sacrificing on quality.

Boosting Efficiency with AI-powered Smart Features

AI has played the powerful role in boosting efficiency. ColorOS 14 is packed with a suite of impressive AI-powered smart features to help users improve efficiency in daily tasks.

AI-powered Smart Touch enables users to select content like text, images, and videos from the system and third-party apps and collect them on the File Dock, or even consolidate them into a single note by simple select and drag gestures.