In this period, we heard a lot about the new flagship of the Chinese brand Pete Lau; You must call OnePlus 11 Pro 5G And it could be a real game changer in the international market. He is said to be a very strong pioneer, with a focus on performance and performance with a focus on the world of photography. But what do we know now? Let’s try to put our thoughts in order by summarizing the leaks that have appeared on the network in recent weeks.
OnePlus 11 Pro 5G: Alleged Features
Let’s start with the design, which is one of the most important elements in a buyer’s choice of a phone. The eye also wants its part and at OnePlus they know it all too well. The company has always been attentive to this point and the newcomer will not be outdone. The imaging unit can also be very interesting because it will feature part of the back cover. We don’t know if we also have a glossy or matte glass back panel, maybe like the premium solutions from Apple, Xiaomi or Samsung. The unit itself should have a round shape as it is said. This might make this product look very similar to its Huawei and Honor counterparts, but we’re sure Pete Lau will be able to spice it up an extra mile.
The screen should be Ultra HD, perhaps QHD +, with curved edges, 144Hz refresh rate or adaptive LTPO up to 120Hz and more. However, we will have the usual aperture for the selfie camera. We expect to see a Qualcomm processor, specifically the futuristic Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 with next-generation cooling system. Everything should be backed by LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage. Then there’s the large 150W battery, fast charging via cable and wireless charging and vice versa.
We hope to see more optics co-developed by Hasselblad, perhaps with a 200 Mxp (Samsung ISOCELL?) main sensor, depending on the trend of the moment.
OnePlus 10 T5G In the meantime, the current top of the range is returned home With only €774.68 in the 256 GB version.
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