To me, it qualifies as a pleasant shock. Just before the new year, Oppo’s subsidiary OnePlus surprised everyone. A month before the Western release date of February 7, the OnePlus 11 and OnePlus Buds Pro 2 will have their official launch ceremony in China. OnePlus CEO and co-founder Pete Lau has organized a separate launch event in China.
As soon as next Wednesday, next week. January 4, 2023, precisely 2:30 pm (1:30 am EST). Also, Sina Weibo’s internal channel has lots of media, befitting a thriving business. Chinese certifying body TENAA has already approved the majority of technical specs (Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center). Among them is a 6.7-inch 3D curved AMOLED screen that can refresh at a rate anywhere from 1 to 120 hertz and has a resolution of 3,216 by 1,440 pixels. The OnePlus 10 Pro’s predecessor, the OnePlus 10, also had this identical panel.
There is a 16-megapixel front-facing camera housed in the display (punch hole) at the top left, and a lightning-fast fingerprint reader at the device’s base. However, the storage boost comes as a pleasant surprise; for example, the OnePlus 11 provides a huge 16 GB of working capacity and 512 GB of program storage in addition to the standard 12 GB of LPDDR5X RAM and 256 GB of internal UFS 4.0 storage.
Management at OnePlus has obviously heard the community’s complaints over the Alert Slider’s absence from the OnePlus 10T and the lack of collaboration with Hasselblad. The following teaser film emphasizes these two points in particular. The emblem of the Swedish camera specialist is featured on a big, circular camera array.
One LED flash and three camera lenses are arranged in a square pattern within. The primary shooter is a 50-megapixel unit using a Sony IMX890 sensor. Additionally, there is a 32 megapixel RGBW telephoto zoom camera (IMX709) that provides 2x lossless magnification, as well as a 48 megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens (IMX581).