If you’ve been wondering what the The specs of OnePlus 11 Pro will be brought to the Android table in the US, wonder no more because Steve Hammerstoffer from OnLeaks just mentioned them on 91Mobiles for the world to see.
OnePlus 11 Pro specs
- Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset
- Qualcomm Snapdragon X70 5G modem
- 8GB/128GB, 12GB/256GB, 16GB/256GB memory combinations
- 6.7″ 1440p 120Hz OLED display with wide color gamut
- 50 MP, f/1.6, 1/1.3″, PDAF, Laser AF, OIS main camera
- 48 MP, f/2.2, 114˚, 1/2.0″, AF ultra-wide angle camera
- 32MP 2x Telephoto Zoom Camera
- 16 MP selfie camera
- 5000mAh battery
- 100W charger
Not only will the The OnePlus 11 Pro rotating camera rumors are happening, but the new circular camera island design is reminiscent of what sister company Vivo did with its latest X80 series phones apparently doesn’t mean a periscope zoom camera is finally coming to a OnePlus flagship.
Actually, the The OnePlus 10 Pro offers a 3x telephoto zoom, so the magnification range on the OnePlus 11 Pro is actually a downgrade, while the rest of the camera kit specs appear to be borrowed directly from its predecessor.
If OnePlus wanted its flagship 2023 phone to stay competitive, it should have thought about including a periscope zoom kit, as the rest of the specs are normal in a 2023 flagship.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will be the same processor that the Galaxy S23 Ultra comes with, while the OnePlus 11 Pro with the rumored 100W brick will most likely be the fastest charging flagship phone.
A repeat of the alert slider
Not only would the back of the OnePlus 11 Pro get a brand new design with a circular camera island to the left of center there like on the X80 series, but the sides will welcome a good old addition that was missing from the last editions of the high-end phones from OnePlus.
Yes, we’re talking about the Alert Slider, which, despite its resemblance to Apple’s mute switch functionality, was highly regarded by OnePlus fans for the convenience it offers and made OnePlus handsets quite unique among their Android brethren.
The phone’s perforated face doesn’t seem to indicate any changes compared to the OnePlus 10 Pro, and it doesn’t have to, as OnePlus is already one of the best phone screens out there on its 2022 flagship that will likely carry over to the 2023 edition as well.