The OnePlus 11’s covers have finally been removed by OnePlus. Today, the phone and the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 went on sale in China. Even though the new “flagship killer” from OnePlus has been officially unveiled, rumors, leaks, and OnePlus’ own teasers have provided us with almost all of the information we need about the phone.
The OnePlus 11 has the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and up to 16GB of RAM, conforming to all of that information. OnePlus claims that the phone has an “advanced RAM management system” for better gaming and multitasking performance. UFS 4.0 storage of up to 512 GB is also included.
Forthright is a 6.7-inch 120Hz AMOLED show that involves Samsung LTPO 3.0 board for a 1 to 120Hz variable revive rate.
The OnePlus 11 is expected to have a 50MP Sony IMX890 main camera, a 32MP Sony IMX709 portrait camera, and a 48MP IMX581 ultrawide camera that can also take macro pictures. Hasselblad once again fine-tunes the camera software. A 16MP shooter deals with selfies.
A 100W SUPERVOOC fast charging system and a 5000mAh dual-cell battery power the entire show. The phone, according to OnePlus, can be charged to 100% in 25 minutes and 50% in 10 minutes. The device does not support wireless charging.
In China, the software is, of course, Color OS 13, which is based on Android 13. In the rest of the world, the phone ought to come preloaded with Oxygen OS 13.
Price and availability of the OnePlus 11
On January 9, the OnePlus 11 will be available in China. The 12GB + 256GB model costs 3,999 yuan (approximately $580), the 16GB + 256GB model costs 4,399 yuan (approximately $438), and the 16GB + 512GB model costs 4,899 yuan (approximately $711). On February 7, 2023, the phone will be available to everyone around the world.
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