OnePlus 11 is another challenger to top Androids. It only lacks a better zoom and wireless charging –

The OnePlus brand presented a top model today OnePlus 11, which had its Chinese premiere earlier. Even for Europe, only one phone is expected, and despite the fact that the OnePlus 11 no longer has the “Pro” moniker, it is a powerful top model with currently the most powerful processor, RAM with artificial intelligence, interesting cameras and a top-notch display.

However, it lacks, for example, a better telephoto lens or wireless charging. Together with it, OnePlus also showed the OnePlus Buds 2 Pro headphones, its own keyboard and the brand’s first ever tablet – the OnePlus Pad – at the press event in India. In addition, the manufacturer also invites you to the upcoming MWC trade fair, where it will show a unique concept with the not very original name “OnePlus 11 Concept”.

OnePlus 11 5G

The novelty was equipped with a 6.7″ AMOLED display of the LTPO 3.0 type, which has a resolution of 3,216 × 1,440 pixels. It is also worth mentioning the dynamic refresh rate of 1 – 120 Hz, which can be used by more than a hundred “pre-approved” applications. The maximum display brightness of 1,300 nits, displays up to a billion colors and supports HDR10+.There is a 16MP selfie camera in the display aperture, and an optical fingerprint reader is still waiting under the display.

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OnePlus 11 5G will be offered in two color variants, the back is decorated with Hasselblad photo optics of the third generation

While four positions with Hasselblad branding are seemingly visible in the circular photo module on the back, only three of them contain a physical sensor. The main camera with an aperture of F1.8 supports PDAF focusing and optical stabilization. You can use the 48 Mpx sensor (F2.2) for taking ultra-wide-angle pictures, the 32 Mpx telephoto lens (F2.0) can automatically focus and bring the scene twice as close to you. The manufacturer also boasts top-quality color reproduction, which restores the colors of overlit or faded objects. The fourth position in the rear circle went to the dual LED.

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The operating memory is monitored by artificial intelligence

Under the back cover there is a non-replaceable battery with a capacity of 5,000 mAh, which you can charge up to 100 Watts. You will be charged from zero to a hundred in less than half an hour. It’s a shame that wireless charging is not included this time. The back cover is covered by Gorilla Glass 5, while the display is covered by Victus glass. On the aluminum frame there are volume controls, a lock button and a USB-C connector, on the body of the phone we also find a pair of speakers with Dolby Atmos support. The headphone jack, as well as the increased resistance, is not counted.

The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 coupled with 12 or 16 RAM LPDDR5X, which uses artificial intelligence (RAM Vita) to remove unused RAM and reallocate it to processes that need it. The phone also received several certifications that guarantee the absolute smoothness of the system even after two years. At the same time, 500MB of RAM is firmly reserved for the most used applications. 256 or 512 GB of UFS 4.0 type storage belongs to the RAM.

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OnePlus is catching up with Samsung in software updates

There is an improved cooling system inside the phone, and a modem that can connect to both 2.4 and 5GHz Wi-Fi at one point. At the same time, up to the Wi-Fi 7 standard is supported. Android 13 with the OxygenOS 13 superstructure is running inside the phone, and the brand also boasts four generations of Android and four to five years of security updates. It will be offered on the market in black or green color variants, for EUR 829 (CZK 19,800) for the 8/128GB version and EUR 899 (CZK 21,400) for the 16/256GB version.

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Introducing the OnePlus 11 5G:

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