Even before the arrival of OnePlus 11 its bugs have arrived in it get to know all about it

A YouTuber with the name of Tech Master known among the users for tech reviewed showed something to be concerned about. He got a new OnePlus 11 to review and after he reviewed it on YouTube he found a bug in the phone.

A video that he shared on Twitter shows that he is trying hard to make his new OnePlus 11 respond by pressing the volume and power buttons but the phone didn’t respond. Thereafter he tried using its touchscreen but neither it responded anyhow.

This shows the bug in the new OnePlus 11 that can be problematic for users who have thought to buy it. This phone will be launched on 7th Feb. The YouTuber in his review video said that the phone will come in beautiful aluminum frames.

It has got a large circular shape structure that houses a triple camera setup on the rear side of the phone. And it comes with 6.6 inches display that features a 120Hz refresh rate. For fast and smooth performance it has got Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor.

This phone will pack 256GB internal storage with 12 GB RAM. This phone will be powered by a 5000mAh battery that will come equipped with a 100W charger. So overall it won’t be wrong to say that is going to be the best phone if these bugs are resolved but you will have to wait till the 7th of Feb.



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