It is no longer news that OnePlus is gearing up to unveil its next flagship phone, the OnePlus 11. In the last few months, the upcoming OnePlus device has received several leaks ranging from design to specs. Today, a new leak has also revealed its battery. Thus, the OnePlus 11 is expected to be the biggest release for the Chinese phone maker as it appears to be returning to basics.
This device, which reportedly goes by the codename UDON, is associated with a picture of three separate smartphone cameras and a flash in a, by this point, well-known 2×2 configuration. However, they are extremely close-up and lack any indication of a raised Hasselblad-branded surround of any type, whether circular or otherwise, on a plain metallic-grey background.
The gadget is also rumored to have a curved rear panel, which is again very similar to the OnePlus, but its punch-hole selfie camera is reported to be oriented in the center, contrary to the brand’s apparent preference for the corner-mounted option. Similarly, given that there is speculation that the development of this putative 11-series model involved a secret crowdsourcing process, possibly the function was reinstated due to demand.
OnePlus 11 Battery
However, as we just discovered in a new leak today, the upcoming OnePlus 11 has been confirmed to come with a 5000mAh battery and support 100-watt wired charging. With this huge battery, OnePlus has come to enhance users’ gaming and video experience. At the same time, the phone can be full 100% in a twinkle of an eye with the 100-watt wired charging.
OnePlus 11 Earlier Leak
Back in September, leaked design photos from OnLeaks revealed what the OnePlus 11 would look like and noted that the device would be unveiled later in December 2022. The phone will include a large, circular camera module with three sensors, as seen in the pictures. Prior speculations claimed that the OnePlus 11 would have a rotating camera island, but those now seem highly improbable.
The Alert Slider is back, and it can be seen to the left of the camera module as another noteworthy design element. Although OnePlus supporters were content with having it, some of the company’s more recent phones didn’t, so seeing it return a wonderful sight gives this phone a distinct early OnePlus flavor.
The forthcoming OnePlus device will reportedly include the most recent chip, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset with the Snapdragon X70 5G modem, as well as a variety of storage options, including 8GB/128GB, 12GB/256GB, and 16GB/256GB memory combinations.
The stunning 6.7-inch OLED screen on the OnePlus 11 boasts a variable refresh rate that can go as low as 1Hz and as high as a buttery-smooth 120Hz. Additionally, it supports HDR and has a high PPI (pixels per inch) for clear images.