The OnePlus 11, which will be making its premiere throughout the world on February 7, will soon be available in China after receiving certification from the TENAA, which is China’s equivalent of an international certifying body.
We are looking at the device with the model code PBH110, which was just recently validated by AnTuTu and achieved a score of more over 1.3 million points on the benchmark tests. The OnePlus 11’s specifications have been posted on TENAA’s website, which leaves very little room for speculation regarding the new smartphone.
To begin, the OnePlus 11 is constructed around a 6.7-inch QHD+ AMOLED display, which has been speculated to boast a refresh rate of 120Hz. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 system-on-a-chip (SoC) is known to be the smartphone’s eight-core CPU that operates at a clock speed of 3.18GHz.
The OnePlus 11 comes with a battery that has a capacity that is rated at 2,435 milliampere hours and offers two different options for the amount of random access memory (12GB or 16GB). Because this is probably the size of a single cell, the overall capacity of the battery as rated will be 4,870 mAh.
The flagship model will include a total of four cameras: a 16-megapixel camera for taking selfies on the front, and a triple camera arrangement on the back with a 50-megapixel primary camera, a 48-megapixel ultrawide camera, and a 32-megapixel telephoto camera.
The OnePlus 11 will have a thickness of 8.53 millimetres, have a weight of 205 grammes, and compatibility for 5G networks. It will also have a fingerprint scanner integrated into the display, and although TENAA doesn’t say the version of Android that will be running on the smartphone, owing to AnTuTu, we know that it will boot Android 13.
Prior to this announcement, OnePlus stated that the OnePlus 11 will include Hasselblad’s camera calibration as well as an alert slider. In the next few days, OnePlus is likely going to share additional information about the smartphone.