Originally launched last year, the Oppo Reno 11 series recently reached international markets in January including all three models in the lineup such as Reno 11, Reno 11 Pro, and the Reno 11 F. These phones are now all set to introduce generative AI features in the global market similar to the Samsung Galaxy S24 and Google Pixel 8.

This was announced by the Chinese phone maker itself, which confirmed that the Reno 11 series will get generative AI features in China as well as the international market in Q2, 2024, which means during the April – June period.

At the same time, Oppo has also announced the establishment of a new AI Center which will focus on strengthening the company’s AI capabilities and  “explore a broader range of user-centric AI products and features that will enable Oppo to bring users the latest experiences at the forefront of AI.”

Expected Features

Oppo has not revealed which AI features the Reno 11 phones will get, but did confirm that there will be an AI Eraser. This feature sounds similar to Samsung and Google’s Magic Eraser, which is capable of removing unwanted objects from an image by simply highlighting them. Other than that, we can also expect to see summarization features for articles as well as documents and notes, custom wallpapers using prompts, and call-enhancing features, but these are yet to be confirmed.

Pete Lau the Chief Product Officer at Oppo commented on the announcement saying: “Following feature phones and smartphones, next-gen AI Smartphones will represent the third major transformative stage in the mobile phone industry. In the era of AI Smartphones, both the mobile phone industry and user experience will witness revolutionary changes. Oppo is dedicated to becoming a contributor and promoter of AI Smartphones.”

Since the Reno 11 series is going to get generative AI features soon, we can expect the same from future generations including the Oppo Reno 12 as well as flagships such as the Find X series. That being said, Oppo has not yet revealed whether it plans to release more phones in the Reno 11 series or go straight to the Reno 12 this year.

Via: Gsmarena