OnePlus, a leading smartphone manufacturer, recently announced the global launch date for its highly anticipated flagship device, the OnePlus 11. According to a teaser released by the company, the phone would be unveiled in an event in Delhi on 7th February 2023. While we don’t know much about the phone’s specs, previous leaks have given us a rough idea.
However, 91Mobiles was able to spot the phone on the Chinese TENAA certification authority website, further confirming the phone’s hardware ahead of launch.
While this was previously confirmed by the OnePlus team, the OnePlus 11 is actually going to feature Qualcomm’s latest and greatest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip. As for the display, the phone will feature a 6.7-inch AMOLED display with 3,216×1,440p resolution and support for 120Hz refresh rate.
At the AnTuTu benchmarking site, the OnePlus 11 was able to score 1341080 points, proving that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is the most powerful chipset that is currently on the market. The chipset’s performance was boosted by the inclusion of 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM and 512GB of UFS4.0 storage.
When talking about the last gen OnePlus 10 Pro, a comparison between the old and new platforms’ CPU results reveals, for instance, a difference of around 295,000 points for the former. The GPU results are around 575,000 and 440,000 points, respectively. That is to say, in both cases, there is an increase of around 30%.
– OnePlus 11 AnTuTu Scores, Appuals
The TENAA listing also confirms the camera setup, with the OnePlus 11 housing a 50MP + 48MP + 32MP triple rear camera setup along with a 16MP front camera for selfies. While there is no information on the specific sensor, OnePlus could use the Samsung GN2 which is also a 50MP flagship sensor with support for staggered HDR.
As for the battery, the TENAA listing puts the capacity at 2435mAh. But that is most likely pointing to the capacity of a single cell. The OnePlus 11 should be powered by two cells, like we have seen with their previous flagships, putting the total rated capacity at 4870mAh. Furthermore, the listing also confirms 100W fast-charging support.
It seems even the base OnePlus 11 will come with a minimum of 12 gigs of RAM, with the TENAA listing confirming multiple variants powered by 12GB/16GB LPDDR5X RAM and 256GB/512GB UFS4.0 storage.