Cost of the Oppo Reno11 Pro 5G in India: The most recent model in the well-liked Reno Series, the Oppo Reno11 Pro 5G, is now up for purchase on Flipkart, the Oppo e-Store, and traditional retail locations. The Reno11 Pro 5G costs Rs 39,999 and comes in Pearl White and Rock Grey color options. There is only one RAM and 12GB + 256GB storage option available.
Offers on the initial selling of the Oppo Reno11 Pro 5G:
With bank cards including SBI Cards, ICICI Bank, One Card, IDFC First Bank, and Bank of Baroda credit cards, customers can receive up to Rs 4,000 in cashback on Flipkart, Oppo e-Store, and traditional shops. Free EMIs are also available for up to nine months.
Consumers will be able to choose the term and EMI instalment that works best for them.
Customers can also take advantage of low-down payment and zero-down payment options offered by reputable lenders like IDFC First Bank, Bajaj Finserv, TVS Credit, Home Credit, HDB Financial Services, and TVS Credit.
Exchange + Loyalty Bonus up to Rs 4,000 is available to loyal Oppo customers both online and offline.
If customers choose to pay with UPI, they will receive an instant 7.5% cashback on their Reno11 Pro 5G purchase.
Get the Oppo Enco Air2 Pro for just Rs 2,999 when you purchase the Reno11 Pro 5G.
The 50MP IMX890 primary camera, the 32MP IMX709 RGBW telephoto portrait camera with 2X optical zoom, and the 8MP IMX355 ultra-wide-angle 112° snapper make up the triple camera arrangement of the Reno11 Pro 5G. Moreover, it has an autofocus 32MP IMX709 RGBW selfie camera.
With a resolution of 2412×1080 pixels, the 6.7-inch AMOLED 10-bit color display powered by 120Hz is featured on the Reno 11 Pro 5G. It features dual 3D curved front and back covers, Dragontrail Star 2 glass for protection, and a 93% screen-to-body ratio.
The MediaTek Dimensity 8200 chip, clocked at 3.1GHz, powers the Reno11 Pro 5G. Its 80W SUPERVOOC battery, which charges to 100% in just 28 minutes, supports its 4600mAh capacity.
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