The OnePlus 11, the newest flagship smartphone from the Oppo sub-brand, has been introduced for the Chinese market forward of its world launch subsequent month. Its characteristic set doesn’t trace at any main departures from OnePlus’ earlier flagships, however the firm has opted for a daring new round design for the cellphone’s rear digicam bump, which its press launch says is “inspired by black holes.” Alongside it, OnePlus has introduced a brand new pair of true wi-fi earbuds, the OnePlus Buds Pro 2.

For essentially the most half, the OnePlus 11’s specs tally with what we’ve come to anticipate from flagship smartphones in recent times. It’s powered by Qualcomm’s newest high-end processor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, comes with as much as 16GB of RAM, and has a 6.7-inch 120Hz OLED show. You get three rear cameras, that are as soon as once more Hasselblad-branded.

The OnePlus 11 has a 5,000mAh battery that expenses at as much as 100W for the Chinese model of the machine. That’s up from a most of 80W with the OnePlus 10 Pro however rather less than the 150W charging provided by the OnePlus 10T. Based on earlier OnePlus releases, US prospects are unlikely to get this full 100W charging velocity due to North America’s 110V sockets, however that shouldn’t make an excessive amount of of a distinction to the variety of minutes it takes to cost.

Around again, the cellphone has three cameras, a 50-megapixel most important digicam, a 48-megapixel ultrawide, and a 32-megapixel sensor for portrait photographs. There’s no point out of a telephoto lens, however you do get a “13-channel multi-spectral light-colour identifying sensor,” which OnePlus ambiguously explains permits the cellphone to cope with “all photography scenarios.” A spokesperson for OnePlus declined to supply any additional data on what this further sensor does. The three rear cameras are contained inside OnePlus’ black gap digicam bump.

OnePlus Buds Pro 2 in black and inexperienced.
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Alongside its new cellphone, OnePlus can be saying a follow-up to 2021’s OnePlus Buds Pro true wi-fi earbuds referred to as the OnePlus Buds Pro 2. There are a few fascinating variations between the 2 generations. For starters, the Buds Pro 2 use a dual-driver design consisting of 11mm drivers for bass and 6mm drivers for trebles and mids (the unique Buds Pro simply had the 11mm driver). If dealt with nicely, these sorts of dual-driver setups may also help sound seem extra clear and detailed.

There’s additionally help for spatial audio, and the buds are geared up with six-axis movement sensors to maintain observe of the listener’s head place (OnePlus declined to reply questions on which units this spatial audio characteristic works with). Unlike their predecessors, the Buds Pro 2 characteristic user-selectable EQ settings, permitting you to choose between 4 presets to regulate their sound to your liking. It additionally helps lively noise cancellation, in addition to Bluetooth 5.3 LE audio, although there’s no phrase on help for codecs like AptX Lossless. Battery life is rated at as much as 39 hours.

Although each the cellphone and earbuds will probably be in the stores in China on January ninth, prospects in the remainder of the world could have a bit longer to attend. OnePlus has beforehand introduced that the worldwide launch of the OnePlus 11 will probably be on February seventh. It’s the same launch technique to what the corporate used for final yr’s OnePlus 10 Pro, which launched in China on January eleventh, 2022, and globally on March thirty first. In China, the OnePlus 11 will begin at ¥3,999 (round $580) for a mannequin with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, rising to ¥4,899 (round $710) for the very best finish model with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage.

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