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What we are waiting for, OnePlus 11 pro


As one of the first significant smartphones of 2023, rumors about the new OnePlus 11 Pro are already beginning to circulate. When we reviewed the OnePlus 10 Pro and OnePlus 10T earlier this year, they both turned out to be excellent devices. The market has changed since then, though, and we are eager to see how OnePlus will improve its flagship Pro model. That appears to be a new design with a new chipset that is more potent so far.

Possible pricing and release date for the OnePlus 11 Pro

According to Digital Chat Station, before the end of the year, the OnePlus 11 Pro is expected to go on sale. However, it should be noted that the OnePlus 10 Pro’s release in China and its global release were separated by a period of several months. This time around, we might observe a similar pattern, which would mean that customers in the US and UK won’t be able to purchase the OnePlus 11 Pro until later in the spring of 2023.

Assuming that the author is talking about the upcoming OnePlus 11 Pro, we can expect the phone to be priced at $899. The OnePlus 10t was priced at $649–$629, but it did not have several of the features that the Pro model had.

The performance of the OnePlus 11 Pro

It’ll likely be one of the first devices to use this chip. If the phone does launch before the end of the year, it will likely be one of the first devices to use the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, according to leaker Digital Chat Station. This would be the follow-up to the current Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and 8 Plus Gen 1 chips seen in various Android flagship phones this year. Subsequent leaks have supported this theory.

OnePlus 11 Pro: Battery and charging

It feels like a given that the 11 Pro will ship with an absurdly potent charging brick because OnePlus prioritizes charging speed on its phones. The only ambiguity is how potent it is.

The OnePlus 11 Pro: What we're hoping for

The current OnePlus 11 Pro rumors still leave a lot of blanks. We do, however, hope that OnePlus will change (or at the very least maintain) a few things for its upcoming flagship.

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