We’ve been hearing about OnePlus’s planning to launch its next Concept phone. A couple of days ago, the Chinese company shared a teaser showcasing blue LED strips on the back side of the OnePlus 11 Concept phone, but it doesn’t reveal the design language. We’re sure there must be some interested buyers who will are ready to get an idea of what to expect from this phone so as to prepare themselves for the good and bad about the handset.
Today, an image of the OnePlus 11 Concept has surfaced online, giving us a better look, it also shared a brief overview of the design language. Thanks to Whylab via Weibo. As per the image, the icy blue pipelines surround the huge circular camera island and run through the bottom of the smartphone’s back panel. The OnePlus branding has been moved to the right bottom corner of the handset on the back panel. That is not the case with OnePlus smartphones of the past and present, which always have the branding logo in the middle of the device.
The OnePlus 11 Concept’s back camera module seems slightly different and protruding compared to the standard OnePlus 11 flagship phone. Though we don’t get to see the front portion of the device, the next-gen Concept phone would share the same design language, and it is expected to look a lot similar to the OnePlus 11, which launched recently for the global markets. That’s it. Nothing has been revealed about the device regarding specifications and other details.
Recent’s reveal suggested to us that LED light stripes on the back are similar to the Nothing Phone (1)’s Glyph interface. It also has a carbon fiber exterior for increased durability. More details will be revealed about the OnePlus 11 Concept when the manufacturer unveils it at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) that kicks off in Barcelona, Spain on February 27.