The final design of the next OnePlus 11 unveiled well before the official presentation

A few weeks ago, OnLeaks offered us particularly realistic renderings of what the next OnePlus 11 Pro smartphone could look like. Now he claims the ‘Pro’ is going away and is posting ‘official’ photos of the device.

Regularly, visuals of smartphones that will be released are published on the basis of information gleaned here or there and/or on protective shell concepts, for example. This is how one of the most serious predictors in the field of mobile phones, OnLeaks recently rewarded us with several visuals using this principle. Now, the individual is posting new photos that he claims are official images of the phone from a leak. The OnePlus 11, that would be its name, would ship a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processorcurrently the most powerful chipset for Android devices.



 


Optics inscribed in a circle with a part that returns to the profile and the return of the Slider Alert


The published photos highlight two versions of the OnePlus 11. There would be a green model and another black. The three objectives with their respective sensor would be integrated within a wide circle which would be eccentric to offer a finish that seems to return to the left profile when viewed from the back, much like its predecessor, the OnePlus 10 Pro and like the photo sensors of Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus, for example, but with sensors aligned in a square for the brand’s mobile and vertically at Samsung. This form at the level of the profile of the OnePlus 11 would make it possible to integrate the Slider Alert push button that would make its return after abandoning the OnePlus 10T.



What technical characteristics are expected?


For the OnePlus 11, OnLeaks understands it will come with a 6.7-inch AMOLED displaya Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset with a maximum of 16 GB of RAM. It would be powered by a 5000 mAh capacity battery supporting the load at 100 watts in wired mode. The photo part would be entrusted to a configuration of 50+48+32 megapixel sensors with 2x optical zoom. We will see what treatment for the photos will be provided inside the device in an attempt to compete with the tenors of the market, OnePlus no longer being referenced as a brand that offers the most beautiful photos for a few generations now. We bet that she has not said her last word in this area, however.