OnePlus 11 Pro Will Be Featuring the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Chipset – Check Out the Rest of the Possible Specs

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OnePlus 11 Pro is the next flagship of the famous Chinese brand, and there are still a few months until it shall become official. But thanks to the famous leakster OnLeaks, we can already feast our eyes on what the device will be capable of, according to GSMArena.

We can expect two versions of RAM and storage for the upcoming OnePlus 11 Pro: 8GB/128GB and 16GB/256GB. And now, we firmly believe that 16GB of RAM for a smartphone is no longer exaggerated in 2022. That should already be set in stone!

Powered by the Snapdragon Gen 2 SoC

The Snapdragon Gen 2 SoC hasn’t even been released yet, as Qualcomm is expected to do it in November. The upcoming processor will also be present on the OnePlus 11 Pro. And we’re not even done with the high-end specs!

The display will also be top-class, and that’s great news for everyone. Surely nobody wants a weak display for a smartphone. The upcoming flagship will be equipped with a 6.7″ QHD+ AMOLED display of 120Hz for the refresh rate. The upper-left corner will be featuring a punch hole for the selfie camera of 16MP.

The main camera setup consists of a 50MP main snapper, accompanied by a 48MP ultrawide sensor, as well as a 32MP telephoto snapper that’s equipped with 2x optical zoom. In other words, taking photos will represent one of the main strongholds of the OnePlus 11 Pro – it has both powerful cameras and a capable display as well.

What else could you expect from a powerful phone in 2022, except for great cameras, a good display, and a powerful processor? A long-lasting battery, of course! OnePlus 11 Pro meets that latest expectation as well, as it shall come sporting a 5,000mAh battery and 100W wired charging.

OnePlus 11 Pro is also expected to be running on the Android 13-based OxygenOS 13.

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