In 2022, OnePlus’ flagship smartphone model, the 10 Pro, was at the center of a high-profile controversy regarding its durability. Now, a well-known source claims that the company is doing everything it can to prevent a repeat performance in the following year by using higher-quality components in the production of its 11 follow-up. However, its rear cameras are still expected to fall short of expectations, despite this update.
Even if the 10 Pro was the name of its putative predecessor, OnePlus is only expected to release one of its flagship smartphones, which will be called the 11, at the beginning of 2023. That, on the other hand, might be a minor worry in light of renders suggesting that the two gadgets have a similar appearance.
The back of the smartphone shown in the leaks for the “11” appears to be remarkably similar to that of the “10 Pro,” which may raise questions about whether or not the “11” will inherit the 2022 flagship’s infamous structural integrity flaws. On the other hand, a generally credible source named Digital Chat Station claims that OnePlus has addressed this issue by replacing the glass on the rear panel of its next-generation flagship smartphone with ceramic.
What We Know About OnePlus 11
As per credible tipster Digital Chat Station, the OnePlus 11 could sport a 6.7-inch curved LTPO screen having a resolution of 3126 x 1440 pixels. It’s expected that the refresh rate will be 120Hz. Since the OnePlus 10 Pro included premium Gorilla Glass Victus protection, it’s safe to assume the OnePlus 11 will do the same.
In addition to this typically ultra-premium material, the OnePlus 11 is rumored to feature a 2K OLED display of approximately 6.7 inches, up to 16 gigabytes of random access memory (RAM), and the most recent standard for internal storage, UFS 4.0. On the other hand, these specifications are believed to be offset by rear cameras that may prove to be unimpressive, particularly when compared to what its sister Android flagship device, the OPPO Find X6 Pro, may be capable of.