OnePlus 11 being said be the new era for mobile gaming with its high 120fps

OnePlus which going to be released on 4th January in the Chinese market and on 7th February in India along with the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 has been in talks after its announcement.

According to the new teaser from OnePlus, it’s the best smartphone for gamers as it will even surpass the image quality of the original game with its 120fps screen.

In the teaser, the company states ‘The upper limit of the gaming experience. It doesn’t just depend on the game itself. It depends more on One plus 11”

Along with this according to the reports at the rear, the device will feature a Sony IMX766 or Sony IMX890 telephoto camera with f/2.6 aperture, OIS, and 3x zoom. In the front, it is expected to have a 32MP Sony IMX709. However, these specifications and features are not confirmed yet by the company.

The company previously confirmed the smartphone to have a Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset, 16GB LPDDR5X Memory, and 512GB UFS 4.0 Storage in its peak configuration.

In our previous leaks, we also revealed it to have a 6.7 inches display with 3216 x 1440 pixels of resolution and at its rear, it would feature a triple camera setup of 50MP + 48MP + 32MP telephoto lens. Aside this it would be pre-installed with OxygenOS based on Android 13.


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