The Chinese tech giant is preparing for their next flagship phone, the OnePlus 11. And now it seems like OnePlus has finally listened to us. The OG OnePlus fans have been crying about the lack of originality in their recent phones. However, it seems like the OnePlus 11 will bring some big innovations. The company has officially announced that the OnePlus 11 will be the world’s first smartphone to come with a bionic vibration sensor motor. With this motor, the OnePlus 11 will be the ‘strongest Android’ in the market.
OnePlus collaborates with AAC to bring the world’s first bionic vibration motor and make OnePlus 11 the “Strongest Android”
To step up the haptics game, OnePlus has paired up with AAC to bring the world’s first bionic vibration motor. This advanced motor is designed to provide users with haptic feedback that is more precise, powerful, and responsive than ever before. By using an advanced THD low-frequency enhancement algorithm, the bionic vibration motor can generate a wide range of vibrations, from subtle alerts to intense sensations, with incredible accuracy.
The bionic vibration motor in the OnePlus 11 is reportedly the only motor with a volume of more than 600mm³, making it larger and more powerful than other smartphones in the market. This larger size allows the motor to generate stronger vibrations and haptic feedback across a wider range of frequencies. This is especially useful for providing immersive and realistic haptic experiences in games, videos, and other interactive content.
OnePlus 11 VS iPhone 14 Pro: Which smartphone has the better haptics?
OnePlus seems quite confident about its new bionic vibration motor. They have even compared the haptics of the OnePlus 11 and iPhone 14 Pro. According to the Chinese company, the bionic motor of the OnePlus 11 has a stronger steady-state vibration amount than the iPhone 14 Pro.
OnePlus 11 does not just debut the world’s first bionic vibration motor but also has many other innovations such as:
Game cloud computing private network
The game cloud computing private network technology combats the high latency problem in online games. It is said that high latency in a weak network area is fixed by 99.43% with this new technology. It will be a highly beneficial player for PUBG Mobile and other online multiplayer games.
Memory Genetic Recombination: Open 44 apps in the background, no issue!
With this technology, the OnePlus 11 will have a better multitasking experience. The company claims that this tech completely changes the operating mechanism of Android memory and solves the problems of low-level access efficiency, recovery efficiency, and allocation efficiency of Android memory.
Key highlights of OnePlus 11
Apart from the new motor, there are plenty of other highlights of the OnePlus 11. The phone will be powered by the flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC along with 12GB and 16GB LPDDR5X RAM options. It is also said to bring back the iconic alert slider which the company removed with the OnePlus 11T. Moreover, the collaboration with Hasselblad remains for camera improvement.
The leaks claim that the phone will feature a 6.7-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1,440 x 3,216 pixels. There will be a triple rear camera setup sporting a 50-megapixel primary sensor. On the front, you’ll find a 32-megapixel selfie sensor. Moving to the battery department, there is a huge 5,000mAh juice box. Lastly, the OnePlus 11 is expected to come out of the box with Android 13-based ColorOS 13.
Will the OnePlus 11 really be the “Strongest Android”? Well, we can only answer that after the official launch scheuled on January 4th. Until then, why don’t you enjoy the holidays with Amazon Prime Video free 30 days trial?