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OnePlus 11 is being spotted in various certification sites!

The OnePlus 11 is worm topic now and the leaks are swelling the internet. There is no official announcement about it’s launch but we can guess that it’s coming soon.

Today we got some news about it’s being listed on some certification sites. Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) shared a image on Twitter containing listing information of OnePlus 11 that was posted on MIIT certification site.

Listing info of OnePlus 11 posted on MIIT

Ankit (@technoankit1) confirmed that OnePlus 11 is also listed on TENNA. These news gives us the idea how far the launch date is. OnePlus 11 might be launched on this December or on the first week of January of 2023.

Listing info of OnePlus 11 posted on TENNA certification site

Now let’s take a look on how much information we have about OnePlus 11.

There will be a 6.7″ curved OLED display like most of the Midrange-Flagship budget phones. The panel will be QHD+ in resolution and will support 120hz refresh rate.

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We may get a 50MP (IMX890) main + 48MP (IMX581) Ultra-Wide + 32MP (IMX709) telephoto camera which would shoot 2X optically zoomed footages. The main and telephoto sensor is heard to have OIS in it. There will be a 16MP front facing camera.

Oneplus may utilize their collaboration with HASSELBLAD by using HASSELBLAD branding on the camera section. In OnePlus 10 series, they only used the HASSELBLAD branding on the top version of the series. Thus time the base OnePlus 11 is also said to have HASSELBLAD branding.

OnePlus 11 will contain the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 in it’s motherboard. This latest and highly expected SOC should give beafy performance to the users.

Leaks suggest that OnePlus 11 will have a 5000mAh(total) dual cell battery. It could be charged with faster 100W charger.

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