OnePlus 11 Review, Key Features and Specifications
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OnePlus 11 review will introduce to you about its new flagship device in India on February 7 together with the OnePlus Buds Pro 2. The OnePlus 11 5G’s design and functionality have already been teased by the Chinese smartphone juggernaut. The smartphone will continue to include three cameras on the back that have been calibrated by Hasselblad. Soon, additional information regarding the OnePlus 11 5G should be accessible through official sources. More information about the forthcoming OnePlus flagship has started to circulate in the meanwhile thanks to the rumor mill. The most recent leak provides information about the OnePlus 11 5G’s price.
In India, the cost of the OnePlus 11 may range from 55,000 to 65,000 rupees. While the gadget being more expensive than anticipated despite dropping the Pro label, the cost range is rather broad.
The OnePlus 9 5G was introduced in 2021 for a price of 49,999. On the other hand, the OnePlus 10 Pro, which was released earlier this year, cost 66,999.
Despite not having a “Pro” in its name, the OnePlus 11 5G is expected to provide some capabilities often found in OnePlus’ Pro lineup. These include a dedicated telephoto camera, an alert slider, and a QHD+ AMOLED display with curved corners. However, rumors suggest that the phone won’t allow wireless charging.
OnePlus 11 Review and Price
Price and availability of the OnePlus 11
The OnePlus 11 has previously been revealed for China, where it will go on sale on January 9. The rest of the world will see a different launch on February 7.
The event will begin at 6 a.m. PT / 9 a.m. ET / 2 p.m. GMT on February 7, or at 1 a.m. We don’t know the price of the OnePlus 11, but it’ll most likely be around $899 / £799 (approximately AU$1,400), which is what the OnePlus 10 Pro costs. That’s because, while the Pro moniker has been dropped, this is still a pro-level device.
In China, it starts at 3,999 yuan (about $580 / £480 / AU$845), but we wouldn’t expect an exact price conversion.
Design and display of the OnePlus 11
To begin, it’s important mentioning that there is now only one OnePlus 11 model, the OnePlus 11 5G, which has features comparable to a Pro model. So a separate OnePlus 11 Pro is doubtful, while a OnePlus 11T may be released later in 2023.
In any event, the OnePlus 11 boasts a design that appears to be inspired by black holes, as well as a new circular stainless steel camera module. The phone measures 163.1 x 74.1 x 8.53mm and weighs 205g. It has the company’s characteristic alert slider and a 6.7-inch 120Hz 1440 x 3216 fluid AMOLED display, same like its predecessor. It features a resolution of 525 pixels per inch and an aspect ratio of 20.1:9.
While it can reach 120Hz, it can also go as low as 1Hz when a high refresh rate isn’t required, such as when employing the always-on display option. The screen is additionally protected with Gorilla Glass Victus, making it long-lasting.
Camera and battery of the OnePlus 11
The OnePlus 11 sports a triple-lens back camera with a 50MP f/1.8 IMX890 main sensor, a 48MP f/2.2 IMX581 ultra-wide sensor (with a 115-degree field of view), and a 32MP f/2.0 IMX709 portrait lens with 2x optical zoom, allowing for DSLR-quality portraits, according to the company.
That’s a different setup from last year, with the portrait lens replacing the telephoto lens and the sensors being different. The cameras here, like the OnePlus 10 Pro, have Hasselblad name and technology, but there’s also a new 13-channel multi-spectral light-color identification sensor.
Video can be recorded in up to 8K resolution at 24fps or 4K resolution at 60fps, and there’s a 16MP f/2.4 selfie camera.
OnePlus 11 specifications and features
The OnePlus 11 is expected to be a strong phone, as it will employ the top-tier Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. There’s also a sizable 12GB or 16GB of RAM, as well as a sophisticated RAM management system, which OnePlus claims improves multitasking and gaming performance.
In terms of storage, the OnePlus 11 offers 256GB or 512GB options. There’s also a fingerprint sensor, and it runs Android 13 with the ColorOS 13.0 interface from the business.
The OnePlus 11 review will almost certainly be supported indefinitely, as OnePlus has declared that “chosen devices launched in 2023 and beyond” will receive four major Android updates and five years of security fixes. The OnePlus 11 hasn’t been named, but it’s an obvious choice.