Behold New OnePlus 11 Live Images surfaces on the internet ahead of the launch again

OnePlus is gearing up to unveil its OnePlus 11 5G in India. It is to be done at “Cloud 11” – A OnePlus launch event on 7th February 2023, 7:30 p.m. IST in New Delhi.

There have been many leaks and speculations going on as the device is nearing its launch date. Similarly, OnePlus 11 Live Images have been posted by a user on Twitter, giving us the feel of how the device is going to be. 

Behold the pictures:-


Another user posted informing the audience about the OnePlus11 feature. It is to have a new generation graphite heat dissipation tech.

Here’s the tweet:-

Here are the other expected specs of the device:-


  • OS: Android v13
  • Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
  • CPI: Octa-core (3.2 GHz, Single Core + 2.8 GHz, Quad core + 2 GHz, Tri core)
  • 12 GB RAM
  • Battery: 5000 mAh
  • 100W Super VOOC Charging
  • USB Type-C port


  • 6.7 inches (17.02 cm); AMOLED
  • 1440×3216 px (526 PPI)
  • 120 Hz Refresh Rate
  • Gorilla Glass Protection
  • Bezel-less with punch-hole display


  • Triple Rear Camera Setup: 50 MP Wide Angle Primary Camera, 48 MP Ultra-Wide Angle Camera and 32 MP Telephoto (upto 2x Optical Zoom) Camera
  • LED Flash
  • 4k @30fps Video Recording
  • Front Camera: 16 MP Wide Angle Lens
  • Full HD @30 fps Video Recording


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