We know that OnePlus 11The phone was launched in China on January 4. The global launch event is scheduled for February 7. We have heard almost everything we can from both official and informal sources about the phone.
The official news starts with OnePlus Weibo feed(Opens in new tab) (Through Diary(Opens in new tab)) in pushing nuggets of information: It leverages the “Bionic Motor” system for advanced textures, and the “Picture Quality Engine” to boost frame rates on the phone’s screen.
We also have confirmation that OnePlus has confirmed 100W super-fast charging and a mention of a 5,000mAh lithium battery. OnePlus is also showing off a dual-port charger with USB TypeA and Type-C ports — indicating that there won’t be a charger in the box.
Specifications and design
It’s difficult to keep track of all the unofficial rumors or leaks at this stage. Transcript of China’s regulatory file Android Police(Opens in new tab)The phone was listed by ) as having an AMOLED display of 6.7 inches with a resolution measuring 3126 x 1440 pixels and a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor which keeps everything running.
You will have 12 GB, 16 GB, or 512GB internal memory and either 256 GB oder 512 GB RAM. The rear camera will have a 50MP +48MP + 32MP triple lens setup with 2x optical Zoom. The front camera is a single-lens 16MP unit.
It’s over, however. 91 mobile phones(Opens in new tab)We had some real-world shots of OnePlus 11 in our hands, while the tipter was Abhishek Yodav. Share it too(Opens in new tab)Multiple renders of the phone can be found on Twitter, as well as actual promotional images released by OnePlus.
Analysis: Strong start to 2023
The OnePlus 11 is the first flagship phone to be revealed this year. It features everything you would want in a high end phone for 2023, from cameras and internal processors.
We’ve got Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor under the hood, which is expected to power a lot of top-tier Android devices during the year — it’s going to be the fastest chipset option for Android manufacturers for some time. It will be available at all times.
There’s ample chunks of RAM and internal storage here, and — from the specs list at least — the rear camera module looks promising (Hasselblad has shared again). The screen looks excellent.
We can’t really judge a smartphone until it is tested. I already tested itBased on what we have seen so far, the OnePlus 11 seems to combine all the right ingredients. It has a strong chance to be one the most popular smartphones we see in 2023.
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