After teasing its release for several days, Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus finally unveiled its OnePlus 11 model for the domestic market on January 4. With its amazingly low price, this smartphone brings consumers multiple improvements from previous designs. The device’s global launch is scheduled for February 7.
|Dimensions and weight||163.1 x 74.1 x 8.53mm, 205g|
|Display||6.7-inch 3216 × 1440 Samsung E4 flexible OLED screen, a 120Hz refresh rate, 1000Hz limit touch sampling rate, 10bit color depth, Corning Gorilla Victus Glass|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Mobile Platform|
|Memory||12GB + 256GB, 16GB + 256GB, 16GB + 512GB|
|Software||OxygenOS 13 based on Android 13|
|Connectivity||Dual SIM, 5G, WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.3, GNSS, NFC, and USB Type-C|
|Camera||Rear cameras: 50MP Sony IMX890 camera, 48MP Sony IMX581 ultra-wide-angle macro, 32MP Sony IMX709 portrait telephoto|
16MP Samsung S5K3P9 front camera
|Color||Emerald Green, Volcanic Black|
|Prices||3,999 – 4,899 yuan ($580 – $710)|
|Battery||5,000 mAh battery, 100W fast charging|
|Additional features||Hasselblad portrait mode|
The smartphone is accompanied by the next generation of the company’s ANC-equipped wireless earbuds, the OnePlus Buds Pro 2. These buds feature a MelodyBoost dual driver system designed alongside Danish speaker specialists Dynaudio. The 11mm woofer and 6mm tweeter promise front-row sound using a coaxial dual-driver setup.
OnePlus also noted that the Buds Pro 2 now feature one default equalizer (EQ) and three customized EQs: Bold, Serenade, and Bass. All four of these EQ profiles have been co-tuned with Dynaudio. Available in green and black, the headset is priced at 899 yuan ($130).