Although this year’s OnePlus launch is still a little bit away, Android Central has already obtained a stylish green OnePlus 11. While we at Phandroid are unable to comment on the gadget just yet, we can now enjoy a few fresh pictures of it.
The OnePlus 11 replaces the rectangular camera island with a circular one and, for good measure, adds some shine. If the Chinese edition of the smartphone is any indication, OnePlus appears to have improved the screen, CPU, and recharge rate, among other things. The notification slider is completely functional, unlike with the OnePlus 10T.
This phone is quite a curvaceous wonder, aside from the newly renovated camera area on the back that has a glittery texture reminiscent of a starry night. This includes the front and back glasses’ curved edges.
Regarding the specs, there aren’t many reasons to doubt that this will surpass the OnePlus 10T to become one of the greatest Android smartphones on the market, but we’ll have to wait until the full review before making that determination.
Its Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Generation 2 processor, along with quicker LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage than on other OnePlus phones, powers this device. The main camera on the camera island is a 50MP IMX890 by Sony featuring OIS. As you circle the circle, you’ll notice a 32MP lens with a 2x zoom and a 48MP Sony IMX581 combined ultra wide-angle and macro camera. An LED flash module is the white portion.
There is a 5,000mAh battery onboard, and OnePlus delivered the China model with 100W wired charging. However, we’ll have to wait and see if that same power level is supported once it hits the United States.
What do you think of the new design? Do you like what you see? Would you pick this up, or are you waiting to see what comes up with the new Samsung Galaxy S23 that is due to launch next week? We’ll be sure to keep you up to date on all of the latest Android smartphone releases so keep an eye out for our comprehensive coverage of the phone at the announcement celebration on February 7!
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