The OnePlus 11 isn’t exactly a secret and several recent leaks of the smartphone have pretty much covered its specs, expected priceWe’ve already seen what the OnePlus 11 will look like, but the company has released official renders of the device.
However, official images only show the prominent circular camera bump and the back of the phone with Hasselblad branding. Weibo We can see the OnePlus 11 in action and see what the front of the phone looks like.
The front panel has a 16 MP selfie camera in the top left corner of the screen, similar to what we’ve seen on the OnePlus 10 Pro. appears to be selecting The OnePlus 10 Pro’s curvature is already so subtle that it may not be captured if it exists. image well. That being said, we now know that the back is definitely a curved panel, thanks to the official images the company has shared.
Other obvious design features include an alert slider and power button on the right, and a volume rocker on the left. The phone, like the OnePlus 10 Pro, is available in Volcanic Black and Emerald Forest color options, with the black variant sporting a sandstone finish.
According to previous reports, the OnePlus 11 will be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC and will feature a 6.7-inch QHD+ 120Hz AMOLED HDR10+ display. You can expect up to 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. The rear camera hump offers a triple camera setup consisting of a 50 MP IMX766 primary sensor, a 48 MP IMX581 ultra wide angle and a 32 MP IMX709 2x telephoto lens.
Recently, the device’s AnTuTu run surfaced online with a score of 1,341,080, surpassing the leaked benchmark score of the Moto X40.
A 5,000 mAh battery, 100 W fast charging, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, and an in-display fingerprint reader round out the specs.
The OnePlus 11 will launch in China on January 4th, followed by India/globally on February 7th.
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