OnePlus is about to launch its flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 11, on January 4th in China and then on February 7th in all of the other regions around the world. A significant portion of the phone’s details as well as its specifications have been revealed online ahead of its official launch date.
A few photos of the phone’s design were also released by the company not too long ago. Now, real-life pictures of the OnePlus 11 smartphone have been found to have leaked online, showing what the phone appears to be like in real life.
Base to the pictures that have been leaked, the display on the front of the smartphone has flat edges, as opposed to the curved displays that are typical of most flagship phones. On the very top of the screen is a cutout or punch hole that serves the purpose of housing the front-facing camera. The company has also retained the alert slider that was previously located on the right side of the device.
On the right-hand side of the phone is where you’ll find the power button, and the left-hand side of the phone is where you’ll find the volume rocker. The back panel of the smartphone appears to have a sandstone finish for the purpose of improving the user’s grip when holding the phone. The camera module, which is round in shape and located in the top-left corner, consists of three camera sensors and an LED flash.
Recently, the OnePlus 11 was discovered on TENAA, which disclosed all of its technical details. It has a 6.7-inch AMOLED display that provides a screen resolution of 3216 x 1440 pixels, a 120Hz refresh rate, 10-bit color support, and an under-screen fingerprint scanner. In addition, it has a refresh rate of 120Hz.
The smartphone will ship with either 12 or 16 gigabytes of RAM, as well as 256 or 512 gigabytes of built-in storage capacity, and it will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Chipset. In the camera area, there is a primary sensor with a resolution of 50 MP, an ultra-wide lens with a resolution of 48 MP, and a telephoto sensor with a resolution of 32 MP. The front-facing camera on the device boasts a resolution of 16 mega pixels, making it ideal for snapping selfies and making video calls.
The Chinese version of the smartphone will come preinstalled with the most recent version of Google’s Android operating system, Android 13, and the company’s own ColorOS 13 on top of that; however, the global edition of the smartphone will have the OxygenOS custom interface. The mobile device has a battery with a capacity of 5,000 mAh and supports fast charging at 100 watts.