According to a recent rumour, OnePlus will release a flagship phone named the OnePlus 11 in the first quarter of 2023. While the firm is deleting the “Pro” from the name, this is still a high-end handset running on the most recent Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU.
The information comes from @OnLeaks, one of the leakers with the best track record out there (via GadgetGang). In fact, @OnLeaks was the first to reveal the impending OnePlus 11 design to the public three months ago. Now, he asserts that this is an “official look” at the device, implying that they are not only accurate renderings but rather a genuine press image that has leaked.
The OnePlus 11 is shown on it in two colour variations: a black model and one that resembles a shade of green, just like the OnePlus 10 Pro. All of this fits inside a bigger circular camera unit that undoubtedly looks modern. The three back cameras, the flash, and the Hasselblad branding are neatly organised in a square with the logo prominent in the centre. The phone gains extra aesthetic marks since the camera design really flows out and melds with the side of the phone.
OnePlus 11 Official Images
We also appreciate the three-way Alert Slider, often known as the OnePlus mute switch, which is making a reappearance.
The leak also lists the OnePlus 11’s specifications; it doesn’t go into great depth, but it does provide a useful overview:
Oneplus 11 Specifications
|6.7-inch QHD+ AMOLED Display
|Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
|Up to 16 GB
|50 MP + 48 MP + 32 MP
|wired 100W charging
The OnePlus 11 is similar to most major Android flagship phones released in 2023 thanks to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU inside, but not every forthcoming flagship will feature a variant with a huge 16GB of RAM like the OnePlus. The manufacturer therefore clearly makes the claim that this is a high-performance phone.
This has a 5,000mAh battery inside, which has kind of become standard for premium devices and should provide a long battery life.
The charging speed is far faster than usual. The OnePlus will be among the quickest charging smartphones available thanks to its 100W charging, and we estimate that a full charge will take no more than 30 minutes, if not less.