The flagship OnePlus 11 smartphone was launched in China yesterday with a starting price of 3,999 Yuan, which is equivalent to $580 USD. The day of February 7 is set aside for the launch of the product on a global scale.
Pre-orders for the OnePlus 11 can be placed in China at this moment, and the device itself will go on sale for the very first time on January 9. As soon as the device was made available for pre-order, OnePlus China President Li Jie began interacting with the company’s devoted customer base
In a post on Weibo, Li Jie announced that the OnePlus 11 has already broken the record for the fastest sales record in the history of the company in just two hours. In addition, the president of OnePlus China expressed his gratitude to the company’s customers and supporters by delivering a message.
However, the most interesting information about this topic can be found hidden deep within the comments section. In the comments section of the post, one user of Weibo mentioned that he might consider buying the OnePlus 11 instead of the Pro model if there wasn’t one available.
As a response, Li Jie noted that the OnePlus 11 has been released instead of the OnePlus 11 Pro and that there is no such thing as the OnePlus 11 Pro.
It is not quite clear whether or not the OnePlus 11 Pro even exists at all. There is also the possibility that the business will launch the OnePlus 11T as a successor to the OnePlus 10T, which was released in the second half of 2022. This is one of the rumors that have been circulating.
This statement is consistent with prior reports that said OnePlus will not introduce a Pro model of its flagship series this year. The announcement also confirms that OnePlus will not release a new phone during this year. This strategy is nothing new coming from the firm, considering that the OnePlus 10 Pro was the first smartphone the company released last year and that it did so without also releasing a standard model.