With a probable presentation only in early 2023, the OnePlus 11 Pro is already a topical issue in the technological world. We recently saw the first images of the Chinese brand’s next Android device, but there is much more to discover about it.
After knowing the physical aspect of this equipment, it is time to look inside. Specifically, the time has come to talk about the specifications of the OnePlus 11 Pro, thanks to the renowned OnLeaks.
OnePlus 11 Pro will feature Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and other important details
Not surprisingly, one of the details pointed out for the upcoming OnePlus 11 Pro is the inclusion of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. Qualcomm’s high-end processor, which is not yet a high-end processor, will be a common sight in the tops. of Android that will arrive next year.
Accompanying this processor will be 8GB of RAM in the base configuration, but that can increase to 16GB in the largest configuration. As for storage, we will have up to 256 GB of available space.
Regarding the screen of the OnePlus 11 Pro, it will be of AMOLED technology with a diagonal of 6.67 inches. Its resolution will be QHD + and it will have a variable image refresh rate of up to 120 Hz.
As for the camera, the OnePlus 11 Pro will have a triple configuration. The main sensor will have 50 MP resolution, the wide angle will be 48 MP, and there will still be room for a 32 MP telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom. The front camera will be 16 MP.
It should be noted that the partnership opened this year with Hasselblad will continue to apply to the launch of the OnePlus 11 Pro. Therefore, all the attributes and improvements that drive this strategic link will continue to be available in the next top of the range of the brand in 2023.
This system will be powered by a 5000mAh capacity battery with 100W fast charging. This will make the OnePlus 11 Pro fully charged in just a few minutes.
Finally, the source reiterates that the presentation of the OnePlus 11 Pro will take place in the first quarter of 2023. In fact, we expect it to be finished next January, similar to what happened with its predecessor.