Since 2022 is pretty much over when it comes to major smartphone announcements, it makes perfect sense that we should be nodding our heads towards the upcoming releases of 2023. One of the first expected releases will be the OnePlus 11 in late March or early April.
Now, we have a pretty good idea of what we can expect from the OnePlus 11 in terms of hardware, thanks to several leaks. But the thing that has eluded us and remained a mystery is the actual design of the smartphone. Thanks to a new leak, we can finally find out the device’s chassis details.
The popular leaked digital chat station has taken to Weibo to reveal new details about OnePlus’ upcoming flagship. One of the most interesting discoveries from the leak mentions this The body of the OnePlus 11 could be made of ceramic and have a metal frame. The post didn’t give details about what type of metal the chassis will be using.
Although there are no smartphones with ceramic frames, Substance use is still notable for a few different reasons. The first is the fact that ceramic tends to be a more expensive material than the glass panels used in many smartphones. Ceramic also dissipates heat better than glass, which helps with durability and performance. Moreover, this premium material will help set the OnePlus 11 apart from its glass-covered competitors.
The next part of the leak claimed that OnePlus 11 may have a curved screen With a punch-hole front camera located in the upper left corner. If true, it would be identical to what was on the OnePlus 10 Pro.
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While previous leaks had already hinted that the OnePlus 11 could have up to 16GB of RAM, this new leak suggests that the 16GB of RAM could join the Universal Flash Storage. (UFS) 4.0. This will allow for amazing performance when paired with the expected Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.
This leak comes shortly after rumors emerged about the OnePlus 11 camera setup, which the smartphone could feature The main image sensor Sony IMX890 with a resolution of 50 megapixels48MP ultra wide IMX581 image sensor and 32MP IMX709 image sensor with 2x zoom.
While everyone seems convinced that OnePlus will release a single Main Early next year and we’ll drop the “Pro” suffix from the name, we’re still holding out for a glimmer of hope that OnePlus can launch the OnePlus 11 Pro alongside the OnePlus 11.