OnePlus 11 Launching With Snapdragon 8 Gen 2

In advance of its worldwide debut on February 7, on the OnePlus 11 was officially announced in its native Chinese market. While it does not have the word Pro in its title, the phone is an all-fledged flagship that comes with the most recent and advanced processor, memory, and cameras.

Its SoC will be Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, and OnePlus executives announced on stage that the chip will be functioning at its highest capacity. It’s not an important statement, but it could be a sign that OnePlus has ended its previous practices of limiting performance to improve the life of batteries and keep temperature at bay.

The phone has the option of 16GB, 12GB and 12GB with most recent LPDDR5X RAM, and either 256GB or 512GB UFS 4.0 storage.

The OnePlus 11 is built around the brand new 6.7″ LTPO 3.0 AMOLED display that has 1440 px resolution. It has a 1Hz-120Hz with more than 100 apps expected to work with the fine adjustment.

The Hasselblad camera that is located at the rear of the OnePlus 11 has been upgraded to a larger 50MP Sony IMX890 sensor that has multi-directional PDAF along with OIS. The ultrawide-angle sensor is 48MP. Sony IMX581 camera with autofocus, which allows you to be a macro-camera, as well as a 32MP Sony 2x Telephoto camera.

The camera’s 16MP resolution is tucked in a hole that is punched into the left upper corner.

The camera configuration is similar as it’s OTP Find N2’s camera, however this isn’t surprising since both brands have announced a new strategic partnership last week. We’ve reviewed the camera and discovered its performance quite remarkable and could be better than the latest Snapdragon processor.

The battery in the OnePlus 11 has 5,000mAh capacity similar to the predecessor. But this time, it is capable of charging at 100W speed via wire. But wireless charging isn’t available.

Gamers will be impressed by the X-axis vibrating motor that’s 602 cu.mm which is the most powerful on a smartphone as of now as per the claims made by the company.

OnePlus 11 launching in China with Color OS 13 on top of Android 13 straight out from the box. This means that it will sell through Oppo Store and third-party retailers Pre-orders have already been placed. The actual sales will begin on January 9, the Monday before.

The phone is available with Green and Black shades and the former comes with an aluminum rear panel while the latter comes with a sandstone look and. Prices start at CNY3,999 ($580/EUR545) for the 12/256GB variant CNY4,399 ($640/EUR600) for the 16/256GB middle level as well as CNY4,899 ($710/EUR670) for the most expensive 16/512GB version.