Just over a month has passed since OnePlus unveiled the OnePlus 10T, the company’s most recent flagship model. The OnePlus 10R and OnePlus 10 Pro are also part of the company’s 2022 flagship lineup, which also includes this model. The company is currently working diligently on the 2023 models. The OnePlus 11 Pro, the first of the bunch, should show up in the first few months of 2019. However, early renders published by OnLeaks allow us to already glimpse the phone (via Smartprix ). The alert slider will return to the OnePlus 11 Pro along with a revamped rear camera system.

One of the essential components of OnePlus smartphones over the years has been the Alert Slider. But last year, the company took it out of the OnePlus 10R and 10T flagships. It was exclusive to the OnePlus 10 Pro. According to rumors, OnePlus intends to keep the technology exclusive to Pro models and lend it to its sister company OPPO, which it merged with last year. It seems like the reports were accurate. According to these renderings based on an early prototype of the phone, the OnePlus 11 Pro will at least have the additional physical key. Accordingly, the alert slider won’t be present in the OnePlus 11R and 11T when they release next year.

Another thing to take note of is the fact that OnePlus and Hasselblad are working together once more on the OnePlus 11 Pro cameras. For this year’s Pro model, the business partnered with the Swedish camera company, but not for the other OnePlus 10 series gadgets. This seems to be yet another benefit reserved for the top-of-the-line model, however it doesn’t appear to make a significant difference to the photo quality. Ideally, it will offer consumers some value and not just be a marketing gimmick.

Advertisement A Novel Camera Layout for the Oneplus 11 Pro Three cameras will be on the back of the OnePlus 11 Pro. A peculiar circular island that protrudes from the frame houses all three sensors in addition to an LED flash unit. It looks like a semi-pill but has a unique inner circle that we haven’t seen before. On the display, the front-facing camera is still a left-aligned punch hole.

There isn’t much else known about the OnePlus 11 pro at the moment, but it should be safe to presume that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset will power the device. However, it’s not clear if OnePlus has adopted this rear camera configuration in its entirety or if this is really a prototype. Once leaks begin to appear frequently and heavily, everything should become more evident.


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