Oppo is starting the year strong with the launch of their first line-up of devices for the year in Malaysia dubbed the Oppo Reno11 5G and Oppo Reno11 Pro 5G as well as the new Oppo Pad Neo tablet and the Enco Buds2 Pro and Enco Air3s true wireless earbuds. Here’s how they stack up on paper and how much they’ll cost…
Oppo Reno11 Pro 5G and Reno11 5G specs
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Both the Oppo Reno11 Pro and Reno11 are visually similar though the Oppo Reno11 Pro and Reno11 use different processors, have different amounts of storage and also have different battery capacities and charging speeds along with the usage of slightly different camera sensors for the rear triple camera setup.
The Oppo Reno11 Pro 5G is the more powerful of the pair with a MediaTek Dimensity 8200 processor paired with 12GB RAM complemented by up to 12GB of virtual RAM assigned off the 512GB of onboard storage. The Oppo Reno11 uses the more affordable MediaTek Dimensity 7050 processor with 12GB RAM along with a similar 12GB of virtual RAM though onboard storage is half the size of the Reno11 Pro at 256GB.
In terms of hardware, the Oppo Reno11 series features a 6.7-inch FHD+ curved OLED display with a 120Hz dynamic refresh rate, HDR10+ support for HDR content, a typical peak brightness of 950 nits while featuring 100% DCI-P3 for accurate colour rendition. Running under the hood is the latest Android 14 overlaid with their revamped ColorOS 14 firmware.
Keeping the Reno11 powered is a 5,000mAh battery with 67W SUPERVOOC fast charging with the Reno11 Pro, interestingly enough, hosting a slightly smaller 4,600mAh battery though it has faster 80W SUPERVOOC fast charging to make up for it.
For the Oppo Reno 11 Pro, imaging duties are taken up by a rear triple camera array built around a 50MP F/1.8 camera which uses a Sony IMX890 sensor as well as optical image stabilisation and PDAF. Alongside the primary rear camera is a 32MP F/2.0 telephoto camera with 2x optical zoom that uses a Sony IMX709 as well as an 8MP F/2.2 ultra wide angle camera that uses a Sony IMX355 sensor.
The Oppo Reno11 implements a similar camera setup on paper but uses a different sensor for the main rear camera. You get a 50MP F/1.8 camera with OIS and PDF that uses the Sony LYT600 sensor. The Oppo Reno11 uses a similar 32MP F/2.0 camera and IMX709 sensor and 8MP ultra wide angle camera with the same Sony IMX355 sensor as the Reno11 Pro.
The front-facing selfie cameras also differ slightly. The Reno11 Pro 5G hosts a 32MP F/2.4 selfie camera that uses a Sony IMX709 sensor and has autofocus while the mainline Reno11 also has a 32MP camera though it is a fixed focus model.
For Malaysia, the Oppo Reno11 Pro 5G comes in your choice of two colourways with a Pearl White and Rock Grey finish. The Pearl Way colourway features a translucent finish that mimics the texture and feel of mother-of-pearl while the Rock Grey finish is a more traditional dark gunmetal grey paint job with a satin frosted coating that lends it an element of style. The Oppo Reno11 has a similar Rock Grey colourway but also has a unique Wave Green finish that resembles a swathe of sea green fabric across its backplate.
Oppo Enco Buds2 Pro and Air3s wireless earbuds specs and Oppo Pad Neo specs
The new Oppo Pad Neo tablet hosts an 11.4-inch 2.4K display which has2,408 x 1,720 pixels resolution and a 7:5 aspect ratio with 400 nits peak brightness. To add some extra acoustic punch, the tablet hosts a set of quad-speakers tuned with Dolby Atmos. Powering the Oppo Pad Neo is a MediaTek Helios G99 processor and two different sub variants with the WiFi only model hosting 6GB RAM with up to 6GB of virtual RAM and 128GB of onboard storage while the 4G LTE enabled version has 8GB RAM with up to 8GB virtual RAM and 128GB of storage. Regardless of variant, the Oppo Pad Neo tablet is charged with a 8,000mAh battery with 33W SUPERVOOC charging for all-day use.
The Oppo Enco Buds2 Pro notably hosts large 12.4mm drivers for richer sound and a degree of acoustic customisation via their Enco Master Equaliser app to tweak the sound to taste. When paired with an Oppo phone, the Buds2 Pro is able to offer Dolby Atmos and Dirac Auto Tuner sound for an even richer audio experience. The earbuds have IP55 dust and water resistance while being feather-light too at 4.3g. Battery life is rated for up to 8 hours of music playback time on a single charge with up to 38 hours inclusive of the charging case. For Malaysia, Oppo is shipping the Enco Buds2 Pro in either Granite White or Graphite Black.
The Oppo Enco Air3s have even larger 13.4mm composite drivers and HiFi 5 DSP while using a premium Tensilica Cadence HiFI 5 digital signal processor that is also more power efficient to its predecessor the Enco Air2. Of note are that the Air3s earbuds are lighter than even the Buds2 Pro at 3.7g and have an IP54 rating. In terms of endurance, the Oppo Enco Air3s have a bit less at just 6 hours of usage on single charge with up to 25 hours inclusive of the charging case.
Oppo Reno11 Pro and Oppo Reno11 Price in Malaysia
In terms of availability, the Oppo Reno11 Pro with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage is priced at RM2,499 while the Oppo Reno11 is available at RM1,899. The new Oppo Pad Neo tablets come in two different flavours with the WiFi only variant at RM1,199 and the LTE enabled model at RM1,399 with every purchase coming with a free smart case to protect it and prop it up for extended movie watching sessions. The Oppo Enco Buds2 Pro is available priced at RM169 while the Oppo Air3s is priced at RM249. For more details and to purchase the new range of Oppo phones, earbuds and more, check out their official page here.