OnePlus clearly wants to capitalize as much as it can on those sweet Chinese New Year gifts this time around, and so it’s launching the OnePlus 11 in its home market on January 4, with a couple of weeks to go before the grand festival.
As we are now incredibly close to the unveiling, more live images of the phone have been leaked from China, shot in what seems to be an official store with official-looking smartphone display desks.
Unsurprisingly, the leaked design has been confirmed – not that we needed these live shots for that, as OnePlus itself teased the phone by outing official renders back in December.
The OnePlus 11 is expected to come with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset at the helm, a 6.7-inch 1440×3216 120 Hz Super AMOLED touchscreen, and a 5,000 mAh battery with 100W fast charging. On the rear we’ll apparently see a trio of cameras, with a 50 MP main sensor, a 48 MP ultrawide, and a 32 MP telephoto. On the front, a 16 MP shooter will take care of selfies.
The phone will run Android 13 with ColorOS 13 on top in China, and OxygenOS 13 around the world – its global introduction is set for February 7 in New Delhi, India. It will be offered in Emerald Green and Volcanic Black. In China, it will be available in three RAM/storage combos: 12/256GB, 16/256GB, and 16/512GB. Globally, options may differ.