After the arrival of a disappointing and incomplete OnePlus 10R, the Chinese manufacturer is preparing to fix the problems of its latest release with the debut of the OnePlus 11 Pro in the coming months. And new leaked details present the look inherited from previous models, but with sharp changes.
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Renders made by Steve Hemmerstoffer and published by the website smartprix reveal what could be the final design of the OnePlus 11 Pro. The model is still very much based on the previous generation launched in January this year, keeping the trio of rear cameras, but now with a circular module instead of a rectangular one.
As with the OnePlus 10 Pro, the 11 Pro will maintain the partnership with the historic camera brand Hasselblad – now with a logo positioned in the center of the circle – and slider side to conveniently toggle silent mode on and off. Both differentials were removed from the latest release, the OnePlus 10R.
Regarding the front panel, we note the presence of a single camera in the upper left corner and a curved panel on the sides, both decisions that keep the device as an evolution of the OnePlus 10 Pro and distance it from the OnePlus 10R.
While we can get a good idea of what the final design of the OnePlus 11 Pro might look like, its specs remain a mystery. Despite this, we can expect the device to be powered by Qualcomm’s latest chipset, the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, or its future update, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which will be unveiled next November.
For the rear camera module, the OnePlus 10 Pro brought 48 MP main sensor, 50 MP ultrawide lens and 8 MP telephoto lens. So far we don’t know if the company should keep the set of lenses or bet on renewed sensors to compete with new releases from Samsung, Xiaomi, Oppo, Honor and even Motorola, which inaugurated the 200 MP camera on phones with the Edge 30. Ultra.
The OnePlus 11 Pro should still keep the 6.7-inch OLED screen with QHD (2K) resolution and variable rate of 1-120 Hz, in addition to offering IP68 certification against water and dust and fast wired charging of at least 80 W and at least 50W wireless. Details regarding top-of-the-line specs should emerge soon.