In these hours, the technical specifications relating to the next OnePlus 11 5G flagship have emerged on the net ; will be Pete Lau’s next-gen flagship that will be unveiled later this year.
It should have Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor coming in November, a curved panel with 2K resolution, 100W fast charging and much more.
Let’s do a bit of order: lately, the rumors related to the flagship device of the Chinese giant of Pete Lau have begun to emerge with arrogance. It is said that the company will present the device with a different moniker than in 2021.
There will be no “Pro” suffix. In short, the vanilla model will be the flagship flagship for the first half of the year.
OnePlus 11 5G: the alleged features
Now let’s take stock of the situation on what we have read in these hours. We don’t know if the company will launch a Pro iteration anyway or if it will skip this iteration entirely.
Today, therefore, the well-known web insider Digital Chat Station has shared new rumors about the aforementioned new smartphone.
According to what the informant reiterated, we learn that the model number of this gadget will be PHB110. The phone should have a 6.7-inch curved LTPO screen with 3216 x 1440 pixel resolution, a hole for the front camera located at the top left (no longer in the center like the OP 10T 5G model) and a fingerprint in -display.
The body frame will be entirely made of metal and there will be the infamous classic mode selector slider.
Under the body we will see the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and a double cell battery of 25o0 mAh per side, with 100W fast charging in tow. In total there will be a 5000 mAh battery.
The main camera should be 50 megapixel, the ultrawide instead, from 48 Mpx and the tele from 32 megapixels. Will we see the partnership with Hasselblad again?
With this DGS leak we can see all the main features of the device; the display update frequency and selfiecam resolution are excluded.
The configurations available at launch will be 8, 12, 16 GB of RAM and 128 or 256 GB of internal memory. There will be Android 12 (or 13?) With OxygenOS 13 in tow.