The OnePlus 11 is set to reach Chinese shores by February 7, and the device recently visited the TENAA certification website. The smartphone carried model number PBH110 and scored 1.3 million points on the AnTuTu benchmark tests, which is the highest in the history of smartphones. In a recent development, the complete spec sheet of the smartphone has been tipped online, and it shows how decent of a performance the handset will offer.
Not only this, the best part is that the OnePlus is going to get back to the basics with the launch of the OnePlus 11. It is being said that the smartphone will also have an alert slider, and the camera will be backed by Hasselblad. This is no doubt a necessary step, considering the backlash suffered by the OnePlus 10 series. This time, OnePlus is also making a considerable change in the alignment and design of the camera island. All in all, we can expect refreshed design and specifications in the latest flagship by OnePlus.
OnePlus 11 leaked specifications
The OnePlus 11 could come with a 6.7-inch QHD+ AMOLED display complemented with a 120Hz refresh rate. The device will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor with a clock speed of 3.18GHz. Additionally, it will also get two RAM variants, including 12GB RAM with 256GB and 16GB RAM with 512GB storage. The handset will operate on the Oxygen OS 13 based on the Android 13 operating system. It will be around 8.53mm thick and will weigh around 205 grams.
In terms of optics, we can get to see a triple rear camera setup consisting of a 50MP primary shooter, a 48MP ultra wide-angle shooter, and a 32MP telephoto shooter. Another important highlight is that the camera will be powered by Hasselblad, due to which we can expect a decent camera prowess upgrade. For the sake of selfies and video calls, we can get to see a 16MP front camera. The OnePlus 11 will draw power from a 4,870 mAh battery along with fast charging support.