Phone Comparisons: OnePlus 11 vs OPPO Find X6 Pro

AH OnePlus 11 vs OPPO Find X6 Pro comparison

OnePlus and OPPO are sister companies. Both companies announced rather compelling flagship-grade phones in the last couple of months, and we’re here to compare them. We’ll compare the OnePlus 11 vs OPPO Find X6 Pro. Now, do note that the Find X6 Pro launched in China only, for now, and it may stay that way, we’ll have to wait and see. The OnePlus 11 did launch globally too, though.

Having said that, many people see the Find X6 Pro as the OnePlus 11 Ultra, of sorts. The two phones do look different, and the Find X6 Pro does come with a more powerful camera setup, hardware-wise. They do have similar software offerings, despite the fact the Find X6 Pro comes with a software build made for China. Both of these phones have a lot to offer, and we’ve reviewed both not long ago, so the info is still fresh. That being said, let’s get started.


OnePlus 11 OPPO Find X6 Pro
Screen size 6.7-inch QHD+ LTPO3 Fluid AMOLED display (120Hz refresh rate, curved, 1,300 nits peak brightness, LTPO down to 1Hz) 6.82-inch QHD+ LTPO3 AMOLED display (120Hz adaptive refresh rate, curved, 2,500 nits peak brightness)
Screen resolution 3216 x 1440 3168 x 1440
SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
Storage 128GB/256GB, non-expandable (UFS 4.0) 256GB/512GB, non-expandable (UFS 4.0)
Rear cameras 50MP (f/1.8 aperture, 1.0um pixel size, OIS, multi-directional PDAF)
48MP (ultrawide, f/2.2 aperture, 115-degree FoV, AF)
32MP (telephoto, f/2.0 aperture, 2x optical zoom, PDAF)
50MP (f/1.8 aperture, 23mm lens, 1.6um pixel size, multi-directional PDAF, OIS)
50MP (ultrawide, f/2.2 aperture, 15mm lens, 110-degree FoV, 1.0um pixel size, multi-directional PDAF, OIS)
50MP (periscope telephoto, f/2.6 aperture, 65mm lens, 1.0um pixel size, 2.8x optical zoom, multi-directional PDAF, OIS)
Hasselblad optimization
Front cameras 16MP (f/2.5 aperture, 25mm lens, 1.0um pixel size) 32MP (f/2.4 aperture, 21mm lens, 0.8um pixel size, PDAF)
Battery 5,000mAh, non-removable, 100W wired (80W in the US) charging
Charger included
5,000mAh, non-removable, 100W wired charging, 50W wireless charging, 10W Wireless PowerShare
Charger included
Dimensions 163.1 x 74.1 x 8.5mm 164.8 x 76.2 x 9.1 mm
Weight 205 grams 216 grams
Connectivity 5G, LTE, NFC, Bluetooth 5.3, Wi-Fi, USB Type-C 5G, LTE, NFC, Bluetooth 5.3, Wi-Fi, USB Type-C
Security Face scanning (front camera)
In-display fingerprint scanner (optical)
In-display fingerprint scanner (optical)
OS Android 13
OxygenOS 13
Android 13
ColorOS 13.1
Price $699/$799 CNY5,999 ($870)+
Buy OnePlus China only

OnePlus 11 vs OPPO Find X6 Pro: Design

Both of these phones are made out of metal and glass, and both have curved displays. They don’t look the same, though, and they also feel different in the hand. The OnePlus 11 has a display camera hole in the top-left corner, while the Find X6 Pro’s is centered at the top. Both have very thin bezels, and a power/lock button on the right-hand side. The volume up and down buttons are located on the left side, on both phones. The OnePlus 11 also has an alert slider on the right side, unlike the OPPO Find X6 Pro.

Now, if we flip them around, you’ll notice a larger camera island on the Find X6 Pro. There’s a good reason for it. OPPO included a 1-inch main camera sensor here, and two other very compelling units. The OnePlus 11’s camera island is smaller, and placed in the top-left corner. The two phones do look notably different in comparison, from the back. The OPPO Find X6 Pro also comes in a variant where vegan leather and glass are combined on the back, though vegan leather is prevalent on that model.


The OPPO Find X6 Pro is ever so slightly taller than the OnePlus 11, while it’s also noticeably wider. On top of that, it’s a bit thicker too, while being heavier as well (216 or 218 grams vs 205 grams). The Find X6 Pro does feel larger in the hand, but both phones do feel immensely premium. The OnePlus 11 offers IP64 certification for water and dust resistance, while the OPPO Find X6 Pro is IP68 certified.

OnePlus 11 vs OPPO Find X6 Pro: Display

The OnePlus 11 features a 6.7-inch QHD+ (3216 x 1440) LTPO3 Fluid AMOLED display. That panel has a 120Hz refresh rate, and can project up to 1 billion colors. It supports Dolby Vision, and also HDR10+ content. This panel gets up to 1,300 nits of peak brightness, and it’s protected by the Gorilla Glass Victus. We’re looking at a 20:9 display aspect ratio here, and the display is curved.

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The OPPO Find X6 Pro includes a 6.82-inch QHD+ (3168 x 1440) LTPO3 AMOLED display. This display is curved, and it can project up to 1 billion colors. It supports a 120Hz refresh rate (adaptive), and is also HDR10+ certified. This panel gets all the way up to 2,500 nits of peak brightness when needed, and at the time of writing this article, it’s the brightest display in any phone. The Gorilla Glass Victus 2 protects this panel.


Both of these displays are great. The colors they show are vivid, the viewing angles are great, and both displays are immensely sharp. They’re also well-optimized, and the scrolling is very smooth. The blacks are also immensely deep on both displays. The Find X6 Pro does have one major advantage, though, its brightness. It gets incredibly bright outdoors, noticeably brighter than the OnePlus 11. So if you live in a sunny place, the Find X6 Pro is the phone to get. That display is… amazing for outdoor usage.

OnePlus 11 vs OPPO Find X6 Pro: Performance

Both phones are fueled by the same SoC, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. You’ll also find up to 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM in both devices, and up to 512GB of UFS 4.0 flash storage. Do note that the 128GB OnePlus 11 model does include UFS 3.1 storage, though. All the other models pack in UFS 4.0. These are basically the best specs that the two companies could have included in these two phones.

Does this equal excellent performance, though? Well, yes, it does. Software optimization does play a role, of course, but both companies did a great job in that regard. Both phones perform admirably in basically every scenario. Regular, day-to-day tasks are an easy job for both phones. They’re really fast regardless of what you do. Things don’t really change even when you tune up the pressure a bit.

They can easily process videos, and even play games. That goes for the most demanding games out there. During our testing, both phones performed great, even when it comes to Genshin Impact. That game can really strain phones, but that didn’t happen here. Both phones did get warm, but neither was impacted by that, nor was it uncomfortable to use them following the raise in temperature. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is an outstanding SoC, and it shows. We did have some inconsistencies software-wise on the Find X6 Pro, but that’s because of the software build made for China, and it wasn’t related to performance smoothness. You can read more about that in the full review.


OnePlus 11 vs OPPO Find X6 Pro: Battery

A 5,000mAh battery sits inside both of these devices, and you’ll be glad to know that both devices offer great battery life. The OnePlus 11 does offer more, though. We were able to break the 10-hour screen-on-time mark on the OnePlus 11 during our usage, a number of times. The phone simply offers outstanding battery life. The OPPO Find X6 Pro can break the 8-hour mark, but doesn’t really go much higher than that, which is still outstanding.

Both of these phones can keep you going until the end of the day, well, most of you. If you do end up gaming on them, you can expect considerably lower numbers. Also, your mileage may vary in general, as you’ll use different apps, in different ways, and with different signal strength. Neither phone will disappoint you, though.

What about charging? Well, the OPPO Find X6 Pro wins in that regard. The OnePlus 11 does support 100W charging, but this time around it does not offer 50W wireless charging, unlike its predecessor. Well, the OPPO Find X6 Pro does offer both 100W wired and 50W wireless charging, it also supports 10W reverse wireless charging. Both smartphones come with 100W chargers in the box, though.

OnePlus 11 vs OPPO Find X6 Pro: Cameras

The OnePlus 11 is equipped with a 50-megapixel main camera, a 48-megapixel ultrawide unit (115-degree FoV), and a 32-megapixel telephoto camera (2x optical zoom). The OPPO Find X6 Pro has a 50-megapixel main camera (1-inch camera sensor), a 50-megapixel ultrawide camera (110-degree FoV), and a 50-megapixel periscope telephoto camera (2.8x optical zoom). Alright, so, there’s a lot to talk about here.


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The OnePlus 11 is a great camera smartphone overall. Its main camera, though, in particular, shines above the rest. It doesn’t really matter if you’re shooting during the day or at night. The colors are excellent, and that is especially apparent during the night. The shutter is not the fastest around, though. The OPPO Find X6 Pro is an entirely different beast, though, and it possibly has the best camera hardware on any phone. All three cameras are outstanding hardware-wise, as OPPO combined a 1-inch camera sensor with two IMX890 units, one of which is acting as a periscope telephoto camera.

The OPPO Find X6 Pro does have a tendency to provide more contrasty images than the OnePlus 11. It tends to allow the shadows to remain darker in low light, and it has excellent colors as well, thanks to Hasselblad, who tuned the color output on both phones. OPPO is going for camera consistency here, and it did a great job. You can reliably use all three cameras in more or less all conditions. You’re also getting that creamy bokeh when you shoot with the main camera. The results from the OPPO Find X6 Pro are outstanding, and the phone’s telephoto camera is great for portrait photography, not to mention it has an immensely capable periscope zoom capability, unlike the OnePlus 11.

The thing is, HDR needs a bit more tuning in some situations, but those situations are very rare. These two smartphones are excellent in terms of camera performance, and the Find X6 Pro is a step ahead I’d say. The video recording is also a bit more reliable and better overall on OPPO’s phone.



There are stereo speakers included on both devices. They’re good on both, no complaints here. The sound is a bit different, but I wouldn’t really say one shines above the other. They’re loud enough, and are also detailed enough. They’re not the best we’ve seen, though.

You will not find an audio jack on either phone. If you’d like to connect your headphones via a wired, you’ll need to utilize the Type-C port at the bottom. For wireless connections, Bluetooth 5.3 is included with both phones.