The OnePlus 11 finally goes global, with emphasis on upgrades that include a stainless steel body and next-gen cameras.
A month after being unveiled in China, the OnePlus 11 is now official in the global stage. Unveiled at OnePlus’ event in India, the global OnePlus 11 is similar to the one announced in China, with the main difference being the use of OxygenOS instead of ColorOS–along with Google services.
Unlike previous iterations, we are only one variant–there’s no Pro model this time around. To recap, the OnePlus 11 is powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor that’s paired with up to 16GB LPDDR5X RAM and 256GB UFS 4.0 storage–all of the key quantities you’d expect in a 2023 flagship.
The OnePlus 11 retains the unibody design of its predecessor but now comes with a more durable stainless steel camera module that blends seamlessly with the aluminum frame. That should give everyone peace of mind after all the bending controversies the OnePlus 10 series faced last year.
OnePlus continues its Hasselblad partnership with the OnePlus 11 once again, with a triple rear camera setup that consists of a 50-megapixel IMX890 main camera with OIS, 48-megapixel IMX581 ultra-wide camera, and a 32-megapixel IMX709 telephoto camera with 2x OIS.
The display may be similar to its predecessor–a 6.7-inch 120hz QHD+ AMOLED display–but the OnePlus 11 uses a more efficient LTPO3 panel. Keeping the lights on is a 5000mAh battery that now supports 100w SuperVOOC charging. As for software updates, OnePlus promises 4 years of major software updates and 5 years of security updates for the OnePlus 11.
The OnePlus 11 is priced at $699(~Php 38.5k) for the 8GB/128GB variant and $799(~Php 44.1k) for the 16GB/256GB variant. It is expected to be available in the Philippines on February 21.