OPPO shows off the Reno11 F 5G and Enco Buds2 Pro, coming to Australia

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Not content with showing off its fancy smart glass prototype the Air Glass 3 at Mobile World Congress, OPPO has also revealed its next Reno smartphone, the Reno11 F 5G and Enco Buds2 Pro true wireless earbuds.

And while the smart glasses will likely never see a retail store shelf, OPPO has confirmed that both the Reno11 F 5G and the Enco Bud2 Pro are heading to Australia within the next few months.

So let’s see what to expect, shall we?

OPPO Reno11 F 5G: an (almost)borderless display

The Oppo Reno10 5G was a very nice phone, with a strong design, but the Reno11 F 5G looks to take that to another level.

Front and centre is the stunning 6.7-inch “borderless” 120Hz AMOLED display. It’s not actually borderless though – there’s a tiny 1.47mm border around the screen.

The end result is a 93.4% screen-to-body ratio, which is hugely impressive. It also boasts 1100 nits peak brightness, and can display over 1 billion colours, so this is going to be a great device for watching Netflix.

Around the back you get a triple camera array, with a 64 MP main camera, dedicated macro camera and an 8 MP ultra-wide lens with a 112-degree field of view.

The Reno11 F 5G is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 7050 chipset, which can record 4K footage front and back. Plus 8 GB RAM can be supplemented with an additional 8 GB with OPPO’s RAM Expansion technology, so you should be able to manage tasks easily.

There’s a 5000 mAh battery inside, but the real battery hero is the 67W SUPERVOOC charging, which can charge to 30% in just 10 minutes and reach 100% in only 48 minutes.

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Enco Buds2 Pro: Atmos audio and custom equalisers

OPPO’s Enco Buds may not be among our best true wireless models, but perhaps these updated Pro models will make the cut.

With 12.4 mm drivers, the Buds 2 offer three sound profiles to customise your personal preference.

Plus, when you pair the earbuds with an OPPO phone, you can enjoy Dolby Atmos and Dirac Audio Tuner, giving you a much more immersive audio experience.

Dual microphones promises to cut out external background noise while isolating your voice, so you can have clear conversations.

On the battery front, OPPO is promising 8 hours of battery life for listening to music or 4 hours for calls, plus another 30 hours of music playback in the charging case.

Pricing and availability

Happily, both these new devices have been confirmed for an Australian release.

The Reno11 F 5G is set to arrive some time in Q2, with pricing to be revealed at a later date.

The Enco Buds2 Pro will hit shelves from the 1st of March at OPPO Australia’s online store at an RRP $99.

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  • Nick Broughall

    Nick is the founder and editor of BTTR. He is an award winning product reviewer, who has spent the last 20 years writing, editing and publishing technology and consumer content for brands like Finder, Gizmodo and TechRadar.

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