The OnePlus 11 Pro’s initial renders, which tease some intriguing upgrades for the forthcoming flagship, have been posted online.
The renderings, which are based on an early device prototype and were shared by Steve Hemmerstoffer aka @OnLeaks and published at SmartPrix , reveal that the OnePlus 11 Pro will have some chassis improvements over its predecessor. The camera housing of the OnePlus 11 Pro has seen the most significant changes, yet it still retains a wraparound appearance.
The OnePlus 11 Pro camera will sport a circular chassis with four recognizable cutouts for the lenses and LED flash, according to the renderings. The outside chassis blends or bleeds into the border of this new area, where the Hasselblad emblem is inscribed within the circular shape. Given that the collaboration is set to last for three years , this may be the last OnePlus flagship to feature Hasselblad certification.
The highly well-liked Alert Slider was absent from the mid-cycle OnePlus 10T device. Thankfully, this hardware option for device ringer modes is returning here on the OnePlus 11 Pro, at least based on these reference renders.
It’s noteworthy to note that this study predicts an early 2023 release, in contrast to some rumors to the opposite. As early as 2022, OnePlus is anticipated to release a flagship featuring the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. Although it’s not totally apparent at this point how it will turn out, this could suggest that China launches first.
The OnePlus 11 Pro is very likely to debut with the most recent Qualcomm CPU, and this handset also seems to have a curved display. Additionally, Android 13—which is essentially a rebranded version of the contentious ColorOS 13 available on Oppo devices—will probably come pre-installed.
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