X

OnePlus 11 Pro Specs Leak: Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, 100W Charging & More

OnePlus 11 Pro early renders leak 4
Advertisement

We’ve seen the OnePlus 11 Pro CAD-based renders recently, as they essentially confirmed the phone’s design. Well, the same source now brings us the OnePlus 11 Pro specs leak, as OnLeaks partnered up with 91mobiles to deliver the news.

The OnePlus 11 Pro specs leak reveals powerful internals

The device will feature a 6.7-inch QHD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. That display will be curved, and it will have a centered display camera hole.

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC will fuel the device. That chip will become official before the end of the year. It will become the company’s flagship processor, of course.

Advertisement

OnePlus plans to offer up to 16GB of RAM with the OnePlus 11 Pro. That variant will likely include 256GB of storage, while the base model could ship with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

100W charging will also be supported, and fast wireless charging as well

A 5,000mAh battery will also be a part of the package, and the source claims will get 100W charging with the phone. We presume he’s referring to wired charging here. Wireless charging will be a part of the package as well, though, at least 50W wireless charging.

If you’re wondering about the cameras, well, you’ll get three on the back, and one on the front. A 50-megapixel main camera will be backed by a 48-megapixel ultrawide unit. A 32-megapixel 2x telephoto camera will also be included on the back. On the front, you’ll get a 16-megapixel selfie shooter.

Advertisement

Hasselblad support will be included, along with Android 13

Android 13 will come pre-installed on the phone, along with OxygenOS 13. The phone will have Hasselblad’s backing for the cameras, and an in-display fingerprint scanner. Dolby Atmos support will also be included, along with Bluetooth 5.2 or 5.3. An alert slider will be included too.

The OnePlus 11 Pro is not expected to arrive anytime soon, though. The phone will likely launch in the first quarter of next year. Its predecessor arrived in January, so it’s possible that this one will as well, but in 2023.