Details of the OnePlus 11 have all but been confirmed in all its glory thanks to the specifications found in the device’s Chinese TENAA regulatory certification.
BBK-owned OnePlus is about to start 2023 with a bang with the launch of the OnePlus 11 scheduled for February 7th.
Running the show is the expected Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 clocked at 3.2 GHz, paired with a choice of 12GB or 16GB DDR5X RAM. There are two options for UFS 4.0 storage, 256GB or 512GB, which looks pretty meager, but the 11 Pro could have a 1TB version.
The display is a 6.7 inch 3216 x 1440 AMOLED capping with a 120Hz refresh rate. Accreditation does not indicate whether it is variable or stepped increments.
OnePlus’ partnership with Hasselblad could continue in 11. In this case, you get a 50MP main shooter, a 48MP ultra-wide angle, a 32MP telephoto (credited to his 2x optical zoom for weaker sources), plus a 16MP selfie. once again. OnePlus has pared down big guns like a 200MP primary camera and a bigger zoom, and we’re guessing the 11 Pro will be released in a few months.
Even with the slightly larger 4870mAh battery listed in TENAA (probably 100-125W SuperVooc wired charging), it’s nice to see that the new smartphone’s dimensions haven’t changed much (compared to the OnePlus 10T). Over 1mm narrower (74.1mm). At 205g weight and 163.1mm height it’s not much bigger than its older brother. The thickness is fixed at 8.53mm, which probably doesn’t include the thickness of the camera hump.
Now, aside from the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and Hasselblad-tweaked camera, I’m most excited about the return of the Alert Slider. After skipping a generation, the side-mounted haptic toggles are back, allowing users to quickly navigate between mute, vibrate, and ring modes without having to dig through on-screen menus.