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Oppo R11

Oppo's R11 looks like an iPhone clone, but it's a strong midrange option.

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Oppo R11

It's got a dual camera on the back, which combines a 20MP shooter with a 16MP one. 

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Oppo R11

It's rear cameras are impressive, shooting photos that stand up to premium phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the iPhone 7 Plus. 

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Oppo R11

There's a 20MP selfie camera up front, if you're into that sort of thing. 

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Oppo R11

The Apple-esque look extends to the software, which is reminiscent of iOS. 

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Oppo R11

The phone is thin and light. It weighs 150g and is just 6.8mm thick (5.3 ounces, 0.27 inches). 

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Oppo R11

You can import it from China for 2,999 yuan, which converts to about $440 or £340. The R11 retails in Australia for AU$650. 

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Oppo R11

The phone's one potential weakness may be its Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor. It's a fast CPU, but not as fast as the Snapdragon 835 you'll get in the OnePlus 5 and Samsung Galaxy S8. 

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