OnePlus 11 Pro Specs Revealed – Snapdragon 8 Gen2, Faster Charging & More

OnePlus 11 Pro isn’t bound to launch until Q1 of 2023. However, OnePlus couldn’t stop its upcoming flagship’s details from leaking this early. Steve Hemmerstoffer aka OnLeaks who leaked the design, has now leaked the full spec sheet of the OnePlus flagship.

Design

OnePlus 11 Pro

The design is quite polarizing like last year. OnePlus adopted a new design philosophy last year. This year, they build on that design language. OnePlus 10 Pro’s design looked hideous at the start. However, it felt better as we saw it more and more. However, I hoped that OnePlus didn’t continue with this same design language.

It doesn’t feel original at all. Let’s see if it grows on me as I see it more and more. The camera module curves into the frame the same as in the last iteration. However, the shape of the camera module is changed. It is now circular and will retain the Hasselblad branding. Moreover, the alert slider is also present which makes a comeback after being ditched in the OnePlus 10T.

Leaked Specifications

OnePlus 11 Pro will feature a 120Hz OLED Curved display. Moreover, it will have a baked-in fingerprint sensor. The device will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen2. In addition, the device will offer up to 16GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. However, the base variant will still have an 8GB+128GB configuration. The device will pack a 5000 mAh battery with a whopping 100W fast charging support.

OnePlus 11 Pro

The OnePlus 11 Pro will have a triple-camera setup at the back. It will be spear-headed by a 50MP main sensor. Moreover, it will also have a 48MP ultra-wide and a 32MP 2x telephoto lens. The selfie camera will have a 16MP resolution. Lastly, the device is expected to run Android 13 out of the box.

Launch Timeline

Previously, OnePlus has been launching its flagship devices in the first quarter of the year. This year will be the same if no drastic changes occur to their launch strategies. Therefore, expect the OnePlus 11 Pro in Q1 2023. The device will most probably launch in China before making its way to the global market.

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