The OnePlus 11 that’s set to debut globally on February 7 will launch in China soon since it has been certified by the Chinese certifying authority TENAA.
We are looking at the unit with model code PBH110, which recently passed through AnTuTu and scored over 1.3 million points on the benchmark tests. TENAA has listed the OnePlus 11’s specs on its website, leaving little to the imagination about the smartphone.
For starters, the OnePlus 11 is built around a 6.7″ QHD+ AMOLED display, rumored to have a 120Hz refresh rate. The smartphone has an eight-core CPU at the helm clocked at 3.18GHz, which we know is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC .
The OnePlus 11 has two RAM (12GB, 16GB) and storage (256GB, 512GB) options and packs a battery with a rated capacity of 2,435 mAh. That’s likely the size of a single cell, so the total rated capacity will be 4,870 mAh.
The flagship will come with four cameras in tow – a 16MP selfie camera on the front, with a triple camera setup on the rear comprising 50MP primary, 48MP ultrawide, and 32MP telephoto units.
The OnePlus 11 will be 8.53mm thick, weigh 205g, and support 5G networks. It will also feature an in-display fingerprint reader, and while TENAA doesn’t mention the Android version running on the smartphone, thanks to AnTuTu, we know it will boot Android 13.
OnePlus previously confirmed that the OnePlus 11 will have Hasselblad’s camera tuning and an alert slider. You can expect OnePlus to reveal more about the smartphone in the coming days.
Source (in Chinese)