OPPO Reno 11 spotted on Geekbench, equipped with 12GB RAM and running Android 14
OPPO is preparing to release the Pad Air 2 and the Reno 11 series next week. The company has been posting teasers on Weibo that highlight important aspects of the next-generation gadgets. The Reno 11 has now been discovered on the Geekbench benchmarking site, before the launch event. The gadget was also recently seen on the website for Bluetooth SIG certification. Continue reading to learn the information the Geekbench database has to offer.
Model number PJH110 is associated with the OPPO Reno 11 on the Geekbench benchmarking platform. Its motherboard, codenamed k6895v1_64, features three cores operating at 3GHz, four at 2GHz, and a main core at 3.10GHz. The configuration matches the verified MediaTek Dimensity 8200 CPU. The database listing states that the gadget would come with the Android 14 operating system pre-installed and that it will have 12GB of RAM.
The Geekbench single-core and multi-core test results show that the OPPO Reno 11 receives 1,208 and 3,406 points, respectively. There are no further facts about the future product available in the benchmarking database listing.
Teasers have already verified that the basic Reno 11 will run on a Dimensity 8200 SoC. It's also said that the Reno 11 series would be the first smartphones to come pre-installed with the recently revealed ColorOS 14. It is confirmed that the next gadgets will have a curved screen, a thin profile, and a pill-shaped camera module that houses a 32MP portrait lens with a 47mm focal length.