As promised, OnePlus just unveiled the OnePlus 11, the firm’s most recent flagship smartphone, in China. It uses a Samsung LTPO 3.0 panel for a variable refresh rate of 1 to 120 Hz and supports Dolby Vision. The screen is 6.7 inches wide and 2.75 inches thick with a 2K resolution. The smartphone has a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC that supports up to 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM and 512GB of UFS 4.0 storage.
The heat dissipation efficiency of the phone is 92% higher than that of graphene thanks to ultra-high-performance graphite and a newly designed heat dissipation path.
The phone’s new aesthetic is inspired by black holes. According to the manufacturer, the fourth generation of silk glass is used in the Endless Black model to give a feel that is infinitely close to real silk.
This uses the first bionic vibrating motor ever created, which is the only Android motor with a volume greater than 600mm3, in collaboration with AAC. The first full-phase magnetic circuit technology is capable of simultaneously detecting two vibrations.
A new era in mobile gaming has begun with the OnePlus 11, which is also touted as the first phone in the world to include a custom Graphics Engine for high frame rate and native image quality. According to the company, the phone will offer up to 120fps with the optimization, regardless of the frame rate that the original game supports.
The phone has a 50MP main camera with a Sony IMX890 sensor, OIS support, a 32MP IMX709 2x telephoto camera for better portraits, and a 416% increase in light input. A 48MP ultra-wide camera with an IMX581 sensor is also available, and it supports macro photography.
The 5000mAh battery inside the OnePlus 11 supports 100W fast charging, allowing it to charge up to 50% faster and 100% faster. It does not support wireless charging.