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OnePlus 11R To Have A Flagship Chipset & Whopping 100W Charging

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OnePlus 11R is the latest device to be leaked in full. Previously, the OnePlus 11 Pro’s design and specifications had been exposed. Earlier this year, the OnePlus 10R was launched in India. It was renamed as OnePlus Ace in China and shared a lot of similarities with the Realme GT Neo 3. Now, its successor, the OnePlus 11R, has been exposed. The full spec sheet has been leaked. However, the design is not confirmed for now.

OnePlus 11R Specifications

The OnePlus 11R will be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen1. Good to see that OnePlus is reverting to flagship-grade chipsets by Qualcomm. Previously, OnePlus had been using MediaTek chips for even the top-end midrange phones like the OnePlus 10R. Furthermore, the device will have a 6.67″ OLED display. It will be an FHD+ panel with a 120Hz refresh rate.

Moreover, the device will have up to 16GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The 11R will pack a 5000 mAh battery with insane 100W fast charging support. Moving on, the device will have a triple-rear camera setup. It will be headed by a 50MP main camera accompanied by an 8MP ultra-wide and a 2MP macro lens. In addition, the front camera will be a 16MP snapper. It is not yet revealed whether it will have the iconic alert slider or not.

The OnePlus 10R ditched the alert slider and the brand received severe backlash. However, they continued to skimp out on the alert slider on other phones as well. The build quality of the device is also not confirmed. The previous iteration, the OnePlus 10R, had an all-plastic build. The device felt cheap and was a huge downgrade from the OnePlus 9R. I hope OnePlus uses glass and metal on this device in addition to integrating the alert slider once again. Let us know what you think about the upcoming OnePlus 11R.

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