The OnePlus 10 Pro got official earlier this year in January, so it’s high time for a successor to show up. That’s what OnePlus also seems to think. It’s worth mentioning that there won’t be a Pro model this time around, as the company has decided to simplify its naming strategy going forward. OnePlus has recently confirmed it will unveil the new OnePlus 11 on February 7. In the meantime, a couple of live images of the handset have been leaked out of China.
A couple of days ago, the OnePlus 11 handset was certified by the Chinese certifying authority TENAA, detailing full specifications. Now, TENAA has leaked live images of this device. OnePlus has already been teasing its next flagship phone through multiple teasers, revealing design of the back panel. Today’s leak has showed us images of the new OnePlus 11 from the front, back, left and right sides.
We can glance at the dark, olive-like green color variant of the OnePlus 11. On the back side, it has got a circular camera island, aligning three cameras along with a flash module. Previous generation model has got camera configurations in a square-shaped module. One thing we can observe that it is missing Hasselblad branding logo in these live images.
The side shots reveal it has got curved sides, just like the OnePlus 10 Pro. There is also an alert slider on the left edge of the phone. The front facing camera can be spotted in the top left corner. The volume buttons are located on the right edge.
The OnePlus 11 will boast a 50 MP Sony IMX8940 main rear camera, an 8 MP ultrawide, and a 32 MP telephoto unit. It will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. The screen is a 6.7″ AMOLED QHD+ panel, while the battery has 5,000 mAh capacity with 100W charging speeds. We recently learned that it has scored over 1.3 million points in AnTuTu benchmarking. However, we’ll have to be a bit more patient for the official launch.