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OnePlus 11 design and screen
The announcement of the phone continues as we speak, and it is already confirming the many leaks that detail its specifications and external appearance. One of the most significant design changes is the new approach to the camera island’s rounded and slightly irregular shape, with the lenses and sensors in the raised circle.
OnePlus says this design is “inspired by black holes,” and it sure looks that way. The phone will come in green and black, as usual, with different finishes.
The OnePlus 11 has a 6.7-inch curved OLED display from the latest LTPO 3.0 collection, with a QHD + resolution of 1440 x 3216 pixels, very high brightness levels, as well as a granular dynamic refresh rate of 1Hz-120Hz and individual per display unit calibration directly from the factory.
OnePlus 11 specifications and camera
The new design with the round island on the back looks pretty neat, but, as usual, it might be the rest of the phone that impresses, rather than the camera specs. First, the phone lands the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, albeit one that runs at a slower speed than what the Galaxy S23 series will power.
Further, the phones will feature Samsung’s latest and fastest LPDDR5X RAM chipset along with UFS 4.0 storage in 12GB RAM with 256GB storage, 16GB RAM with 256GB storage versions, as well as the model top of the line. With 16 GB of RAM with 512 GB of storage. The phone carries the obligatory 5,000mAh large battery with a 100W super fast charger that will be included in the box, at least in the Chinese version.
OnePlus 11 camera system
The Hasselblad trademark seen on the round camera island is because the stock camera company has introduced image processing and crop filtering to the computational algorithms the main camera uses with a 50MP Sony IMX890 sensor. The 48MP ultrawide cam, along with the 32MP 2x telephoto camera, brings together a decent imaging combo that we can’t wait to run through when we get dirty mitts on the phone a few days from now.
The largest haptic engine in Android
OnePlus is keen to stress that the Series 11 carriers have a unique haptic feedback feature. According to the spec sheet, the phone is the only Android phone with a vibration motor that offers a size greater than 600mm, making it the largest six-axis motor in an Android phone. It can mimic movements in two directions at once, which will come in handy while gaming. “The first-phase full magnetic circuit technology can achieve two vibrations at the same time, such as driving while attacking in the gameOnePlus says.
Full gaming performance at 120fps
OnePlus 11 price, release date, and software
In its home turf, OnePlus will release the 11 series with the latest ColorOS 13 overlay on top of Android 13 and interface fluidity certification from a German body that promises at least 48 months without lag, freezes or poor connections while gaming, thanks to the company’s improvements.
In China, the phone can be pre-ordered in a special Wandering Earth 2 edition to celebrate the release of the blockbuster domestic sequel. While the $700 price of the best 16GB/512GB model may change when the OnePlus 11 arrives in the US, arguably next month, we can expect a sub-$900 price tag on T-Mobile, which traditionally carries new OnePlus phones, as well as on Their website, as well as many pre-order deals and rewards to look forward to.
After all, the dual brand approach put in place after the merger of Oppo and OnePlus will see millions of resources flow into the company in the next three years, while OnePlus phones may be sold at cost in order to create a truly compelling value-for-money impression in the eye of the consumer. .
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