OnePlus shares new launch date and official images of OnePlus 11 as more is being revealed about the much-anticipated device.
OnePlus Shares New Launch Date and Official Images of OnePlus 11
There is much more OnePlus 11 news to share with you. The mobile company OnePlus has now announced that the flagship smartphone will be making its debut in China on Wednesday, January 4. And official pictures of the devices in two separate colors have been shared with users as well.
This very news is coming from Weibo, a Chinese social network via Engadget, thus emphasizing that this launch event is one that will be pretty much regionalized. That being said, it is going to be the same phone in whatever part of the globe you chose to buy it.
Global OnePlus Launch Event Has Been Set For Tuesday, February 7 According To Reports
And as previously reported, a worldwide OnePlus launch event has been set for Tuesday, February 7, where we will be hearing more in regards to the international availability and pricing, even though everything else about the smartphone would have been revealed by then.
In regards to sharing specs, features, and promo images on its Weibo page about the OnePlus 11, OnePlus have not been quiet so far. There really is not going to be a lot to be revealed at the official launch event that is stipulated to take place both in January and February.
Oneplus 11 Set To Sport the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Chipset from QUALCOMM
And as expected, the snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset from QUALCOMM will be at the helm of things, while the memory configuration options on the other hand are going to be kicking off from 12GB. And as you should recall, the starting point with the OnePlus 10 Pro that was launched in the early parts of this year is up from 8GB.
The Official Images Matched With the Leaked Renders
In regards to the look of the smartphone, the official images matched with the leaked renders that have surfaced previously. OnePlus states that it’s a “black hole-inspired aesthetic design” as per Google Translate with a much larger rear camera module cut-out.