OnePlus 10 isn’t available yet, but we already have information about the OnePlus 11 that will be announced as soon as 2022 comes to a close. As we suspected from the launch of the OnePlus 10 Pro in China in January, the OnePlus 11 series will likely follow suit.
We know what the OnePlus 11 will look like now that we have been given a look at a new set of 3D renders shared by the popular OnLeaks website. The images show that OnePlus will not drastically change the look of its 2023 flagship phone, but instead will give it a twist that will make it stand out from the rest.
You can now take a look at the OnePlus 11 in its first look
It has been updated from the rectangular stove camera design from the OnePlus 10 Pro to a circular island, but it still retains the same placement of the camera that is similar to a stove. It is apparent that the profile switcher has been moved to the side and the Hasselblad logo has been positioned in the center of the camera.
There are two colors shown in the image, and we are already well familiar with both of them. Forest Emerald and Volcanic Black are the two colors that we will be seeing for the OnePlus 11 and we are sorry to say that these will be the only options we will be able to see. A number of exclusive colors may be available for the Chinese market in the future, such as the iconic Panda White or some other colors.
In the green color variant, the rear panel of the phone is smooth, while in the black variant, the back panel is more textured.
Specifications that were leaked
There is no doubt that the specifications of the OnePlus 11 will be exactly what you can expect from a 2023 flagship device based on the leaked specifications. With a 6.7-inch 2K LTPO AMOLED display, it will feature curved edges, a punch hole for the selfie camera, and a 2K LTPO AMOLED screen with curved edges. There will be up to 16GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage on board, and it will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip.
According to reports, the massive setup of the main camera at the top of the device will include a 50MP main sensor, a 48MP ultrawide sensor, and a 32MP telephoto zoom lens. The phone will be able to record 8K video and there will also be a 16MP selfie camera that can record clips in 4K at 60 frames per second. There will be a 5,000mAh battery on board that will support wired and wireless charging at speeds of 100W.