Oneplus 11 Has a New Design: The first smartphone to feature Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU this year is, you guessed it, a OnePlus 11 model. The phone has already been previewed in numerous leaks and it is currently getting announced in China, just in time before the local New Year celebrations, then will debut for the rest of the world a few weeks later.
the new look and functionality of the OnePlus 11’s screen
The phone’s announcement is occurring as we speak and it confirms the various leaks outlining its features and outside design previously. One of the most noticeable alterations is the camera island, which has been reimagined as a spherical, somewhat asymmetrical island upon which the lenses and sensors are positioned.
OnePlus claims that its style was “inspired by black holes,” and I’d have to agree. The phone’s standard offerings would be green and black, with a variety of finishes available for each hue.
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The OnePlus 11 sports a 6.7″ curved OLED screen of the latest LTPO 3.0 variety, with a QHD+ resolution of 1440 x 3216 pixels, and exceptionally high peak brightness levels, as well as a granular dynamic refresh rate of 1Hz-120Hz and individual per-unit display calibration straight out of the factory.
By collaborating directly with Samsung, OnePlus was able to equip the 11 with a “2.75D” flexible panel that enables Dolby Vision, “providing outstanding brightness, contrast, detail, and color.”
The OnePlus 11’s Specs and Camera
While the new design with the circular island on the back certainly looks sleek, it is more likely that the rest of the handset, rather than the camera specifications, will impress. To begin with, the phone arrives with the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, albeit clocked at a slower speed than what the Galaxy S23 series will be powered by.
In addition, the phones would include Samsung’s latest and fastest LPDDR5X RAM memory chips and its UFS 4.0 storage in 12GB of RAM with 256GB of storage, 16GB of RAM with 256GB of storage, and a top-tier model with 16GB of RAM with 512GB of storage. The phone would also include the now-standard large 5,000 mAh battery and an ultrafast 100W charger in the box, at least for the Chinese release.
The Hasselblad branding that is seen on the round camera island is because the storied camera company has lent its image processing and filter chops to the computational algorithms that utilize the main camera with a 50MP Sony IMX890 sensor. A 48 MP ultrawide shooter, as well as a 32 MP 2x telephoto camera round up a decent photography set that we can’t wait to put through its paces when we get our grubby mitts on the phone a few days from now.
Android’s largest haptics motor
OnePlus is keen to emphasize that the 11 series carriers a unique feature for haptics feedback. According to the specs sheet, the phone is the only Android handset with a vibration motor that offers a volume larger than 600mm³, making it the biggest six-axis motor on an Android phone. It can mimic movements in two directions at once, which will come in handy while gaming. “The first full-phase magnetic circuit technology can realize two vibrations at the same time, such as driving while attacking in the game,” says OnePlus.
Full 120fps gaming performance
With the help of the developers behind the Unity game engine to fine-tune the games’ underlying code and the company’s long-standing partner PixelWorks to provide a one-of-a-kind “professional-quality rendering chip to complete game-specific calculations with low power consumption,” the OnePlus 11 is equip
ped with “the world’s first superframe super picture engine, achieving a breakthrough in-game frame rate and picture quality.”
Information on when the OnePlus 11 will be available, how much it will cost, and what kind of software it will
In its native market, OnePlus will launch the 11 series with the latest ColorOS 13 overlay on top of Android 13 and interface fluidity certification from a German organization, guaranteeing at least 48 months of uninterrupted gameplay without latency, freezing, or poor connections.
While the $700 pricing for the top 16GB/512GB model may change when the OnePlus 11 arrives in the United States, presumably next month, we can reasonably expect a sub-$900 price tag on T-Mobile, which traditionally carries the new OnePlus phones, and on its website, plus various preorder deals and bonuses to look forward to.
After all, the firm has committed to a dual-brand strategy following the merger of Oppo and OnePlus, which will result in a massive investment of resources over the next three years, while OnePlus phones may be sold at cost to establish an unbeatable value proposition in the minds of consumers.
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