We have come across various details about the forthcoming OnePlus 11. Now, it is going to officially launch in just two days in China. However, the smartphone will make its international appearance next month i.e., on February 7. In the meantime, we have received some more images detailing the specs of the OnePlus 11.
Around three images of the smartphone have surfaced online. Although, this is not the first time that the images have surfaced online. Just in the last month, we came across a real-life image of the smartphone. However, one thing that is profound here is that this is the first time that we have witnessed the OnePlus 11 in a Glossy Green color. As previously, a model with a Matte Black color appeared online. The names of the devices are actually very vivid. The shared images reveal that the smartphone will feature a glossy backplate. In the shared images, the device is appearing green in color. However, it might appear differently in different light conditions.
Additionally, the images reveal the rear camera setup of the smartphone. They also unveil the Hasselblad branding. Alongside the three cameras, an LED flash will be added. It appears that the company has refurbished the back camera setup a little bit. The smartphone will showcase a metal and glass body. It will feature a curved display on the front. A selfie camera hole is also provided in the top-left corner of the front face. Furthermore, on the left, a power key, volume buttons as well an alert slider are mounted.
The device will be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. It will use LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 flash storage. In the local market i.e., China, the smartphone will be available with 16GB of RAM. Whereas the global variant will offer 12GB RAM. In addition to these features, the smartphone will feature a 6.7-inch QHD+ curved display having a refresh rate of 120Hz. OnePlus 11 carries a 5,000mAh battery along with 100W wired charging and 50W wireless charging.
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