OnePlus 11 Pro
One plus 11 Pro
One plus phone Remained launched in India on April 30 2021 (expected) at an introductory price of Rs 50,806 and is available in different Colour options like Winter Mist, Arctic Sky, and Astral Black. In addition, the mobile measures 160 mm x 73.9 mm x 8.1 mm; and weights about 183 grams. The OnePlus mobile has a 6.55-inch (16.63 cm) screen with a 1080 x 2400 pixels resolution.
Also, the aspect ratio of the One plus 11 Pro is 20:9, so you can enjoy vivid and sharp images while watching videos, playing games or streaming movies online.
You can enjoy the perfect performance on your phone as it remains equipped with Octa-core (1×2.84 GHz Kryo 680 and 3×2.42 GHz Kr yo 680 and 4×1.80 GHz Kr yo 680 Qualcomm SM8350 Snapdragon 888 (5nm). The phone comes with 8GB and 128GB built-in storage, so you can store your local files, songs, videos and more without worrying about space limitations. In addition, the One plus 11 Pro runs the Android v11 operating system. It remains equipped with a battery of 5000 MAh that allows you to enjoy watching movies, playing games and much more without worrying about battery drain.
About ONEPLUS 11 PRO
The One plus 11 Pro camera comes with a single camera setup at the rear which has 48 MP + 8 MP + 50 MP + 2 MP cameras. While on the obverse, the mobile sports a 16 MP front camera so you can snap some fantastic selfies.
Various connectivity options on the One plus 11 Pro include Wi-Fi: Yes, Wi-Fi 802.11, a/ac/b/g/n, Mobile Hotspot, Bluetooth: Yes, v5.0 and 5G compatible with the device ( the network remains not implemented). In India), 4G (supports Indian bands), 3G, and 2G. Sensors on the mobile include an accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity, compass, Colour spectrum, and barometer.
One PLUS 11 PRO SPECIFICATIONS
Release date April 30, 2021 (expected)
Price in India 50806
Brand One Plus
Model 11 Pro
Android Operating System v11
Sim Slots Dual SIM, GSM+GSM
SIM size SIM1: Nano, SIM2: Nano
5G Network: Supported by the device (Network not deployed in India), 4G: Available (Supports Indian bands), 3G: Available, 2G: Available
Fingerprint sensor Yes
Rear camera 48 MP + 8 MP + 50 MP + 2 MP
16MP Front Camera Basic information
Brand OnePlus 11: What We Want to See
It is likely the first OnePlus phone of the year, though we expect plenty of entries to the company’s Nord lineup. It’s possible to be one of the best Android phones of the year, based on the latest entries in the family, though we’ll have to wait and see.
So far, we haven’t heard many Rumours about the OnePlus 11. Usually, we’d create a Rumour hub listing every leak and report, but until we’ve listened to something big, we’ve put together a wish list which you can read below.
Come to the point
What is? The 2023 Entry into the OnePlus’ Flagship lineup
When does it come out? Probably the first months of 2023
How much will it cost? Probably just under $899 / £799 (about AU$1,400)
OnePlus 11 prices and availability
Going by precedent, we’re likely to see the OnePlus 11 family debut in the first few months of the year, perhaps staggered by region, like the OnePlus 10 Pro was, but hopefully at a big launch event for phones. Previous company.
It’s harder to judge the price because there was no “standard” OnePlus 10, priced premium but not super-premium.
So we can estimate the price of the OnePlus 11 Pro: it’ll probably cost around $899 / £799 (roughly AU$1,400), which is what its predecessor cost. If a non-Pro device is released, it will be a bit cheaper.
OnePlus 11: what we want to see
After testing the OnePlus 10 Pro and other phones from the company, and the Android world in general, here are some changes we want the OnePlus 11 to bring.
1. A non-Pro version
Is the OnePlus 10 Pro really ‘Pro’ if there is no standard version? No, not really, we’d say, but for some reason, OnePlus’ only flagship phone from 2022 had that suffix.
Since there is only one phone in the family, OnePlus can only offer one phone at a given price. This means people who want a more affordable alternative or a super-premium version have nothing to buy.
We’d like to see the OnePlus 11 come with at least two family members and maybe a third, be it a Lite, Ultra, or Pro Plus version.
2. A less complicated launch
When phone makers launch their devices with a lot of pomp and fanfare, it can build hype for mobile. But the exact opposite happened with the OnePlus 10 Pro.
The device remained initially launched in January, but that was only for the Chinese market: it was established for the global market in February at MWC 2022 and then had another presentation event in April, followed by a launch for specific needs.
That isn’t very clear to the average buyer and means that the OnePlus 10 Pro was old news when it was available to buy. We want this procedure to be more condensed in 2023 so as not to wait months to buy the OnePlus 11.
3. Equal load
The OnePlus 10 Pro had a lovely fast charge of 80W, which ensured that the device could go from 0% to 100% in the same time it takes you to watch an episode of your favourite sitcom.
.that is unless you live in the United States. The OnePlus 10 Pro only runs at 65W, which is still fast but not 80W.
We want to charge speeds to be the same for the OnePlus 11, so people in the US don’t get an inferior phone.
4. A better zoom camera
The OnePlus 10 Pro isn’t the best phone for zoom photography. Although its 3.3x telephoto lens lets you zoom further than some similarly priced rivals, we like to see ‘Pro’ devices that zoom you out 5x or even 10x ( although perhaps the latter is more than an ‘Ultra’ feature).
What’s not so great is the 8MP sensor that comes with this lens; it is a bit low-resolution for a smartphone camera and reduces the possibility of digital zoom beyond the optical limit.
We’d like to see more of a focus on zoom photography in the OnePlus 11 to give photographers a chance to shine.
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