The issue of where to put the front-facing camera on the latest generation of high-end smartphones has led to a trend for the inclusion of a notch which eats into the screen and is seen as a little annoying by many users.
Thankfully, the new mid-tier handset from Oppo addresses this in a unique way, since its selfie-snapping lens pops out of the top of the phone when needed, before retreating back into the chassis so as not to spoil the look of the device.
The F11 Pro is able to boast a much higher screen to body ratio as a result of this design, with its 6.5 inch display dominating the vast majority of the front surface.
In terms of pricing, the F11 Pro should come to the UK for under £300, which means it will be quite a bit cheaper than a lot of its notched competitors from other companies.
A primary 48 megapixel camera array on the rear of the phone further boosts its photography credentials, while a 4000mAh battery beneath the skin should easily accommodate a day of typical use without needing to be recharged at any point.