Now you can get OnePlus 11 5G by applying in The Lab, check details here

OnePlus on December 20 has given information about OnePlus 11 5G by taking Twitter as its platform.

OnePlus 11 will be launched on February 7, 2023. 

It is believed that the OnePlus 11 will come with a 6.7″ QHD+ AMOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. The device may be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2 which is said to be 40% more efficient than the previous ones. It may also offer 100W fast charging.

And now after OnePlus tweeted “The Lab is Back! Sign up now and you might be one of the first to try out the OnePlus 11 5G”

According to the tweet, Lab is the old tradition back for everyone who wants to be among the first to go hands-on before anyone else.

This program was first introduced with the OnePlus 3 Series, aiming to get some good, honest content from the users.

It is a campaign where users don’t select the reviewers based on their follower base but on the quality of content. And those who get the honor of being selected will be among the first ones to receive the OnePlus 11.

The Lab will pick the 10 savviest Never Settlers and send them the freshly minted OnePlus 11.

If you want to apply for the OnePlus Lab then you can go to the community page of OnePlus and who knows you can also win a OnePlus 11 series phone.

 




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