The OnePlus 10 series made its debut late last year as a family of two smartphones – 10 Pro, and 10R. This year, the Chinese manufacturer is expected to offer the next flagship series with two smartphones again – OnePlus 11, and OnePlus 11R. Just a couple of days ago, we saw some new photos of how OnePlus 11R might look like in the real world. The next flagship smartphone will launch on January 4th, at an event in China.
The OnePlus 11 will be OnePlus’s top dog in next-generation flagships. Today, we’re checking out the first set of live images of the OnePlus 11 handset in someone’s hands. There are a bunch of images that first surfaced on Weibo before being spread across the rest of the internet. However, these live images won’t really surprise anyone who has been following all the reports related to the new flagship.
It’s worth mentioning that these images are probably the real-life images of the OnePlus 11 kept at a OnePlus store or any Oppo retail store in China. We’re looking at a retail display unit which was plugged in, locked down, which is ready for viewing. They give us a good look at the design of this device in both Green and Black colors with matte finish. The OnePlus 11 has already appeared in high resolution renders and most of its exclusive features, and full specifications have also been leaked. Well, this is the first time that the OnePlus 11 has appeared in such a crucial leak. The device shown in the real life images carries the model number PHB110.
You can see the OnePlus 11 is boasting a punch-hole display with curved edges on the front. The Hasselblad branding can be spotted in the middle of the circular camera module on the back. There is a microphone on the top edge of the device, while the bottom edge has got space for a SIM slot, a USB-C port, and a speaker grille. The device was captured running Oppo’s ColorOS 13 as opposed to the OxygenOS we will be seeing in the global versions.
The OnePlus 11 will offer a 6.7-inch AMOLED 2K display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip will drive the device, ticking alongside 12/16 gigs of LPDDR5X RAM and 256GB/512GB UFS 4.0 of onboard storage. There will be three cameras at the back – 50MP Sony IMX890 + 32MP telephoto + 48MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and 1 16MP shooter on the front.
Another set of pleasant surprises we could get is that the device would be the world’s first smartphone to feature the exclusive bionic vibration sensor motor. It also boasts a new technology called Game Cloud Computing Private Network, which helps to solve the game experience in a weak network environments.