OnePlus 11 Design Revealed in Leaked Images

At the forthcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, which will begin on February 27th, OnePlus is planning to make an announcement regarding the OnePlus 11 Concept. Yesterday, the company gave a sneak peek at the impending product. Now that the OnePlus 11 Concept has been discovered in a picture that was stolen from the internet, we have a better idea of what the smartphone will look like.

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Design and display

Already, OnePlus has hinted that the OnePlus 11 Prototype would include ice blue pipes that are likely to be LED light stripes. This appears to be very similar to the Glyph interface found on the Nothing Phone (1). The teaser has already provided confirmation that the OnePlus 11 Concept would have a shell made of carbon fibre, which will result in greater durability without contributing to an increase in weight.

The most recent information is that the image that was stolen shows the LED light stripes that will be surrounding the circular camera island and flowing through the back panel of the smartphone. The pattern has a resemblance to an impression of a fingerprint, but not quite. The OnePlus logo may be found on the device on the bottom right hand side of the chassis. In comparison to the standard OnePlus 11, the camera module of the Concept looks to have a few distinguishing characteristics, including an elevated position.

OnePlus has not exactly disclosed the features that will be included in the Concept phone. As is the case with concept products, there is a possibility that they will never be produced. In the year 2020, OnePlus will unveil the OnePlus 11 Concept, which will be the successor to the OnePlus Concept One that the company debuted at CES three years earlier. The latter was created through a collaboration with the automobile manufacturer Mclaren. It had a back panel that was textured like leather, and it had orange highlights and a black strip that ran vertically down the center of the panel. The three camera lenses were disappearing piled vertically and stored in the center black strip that ran along the top of the back panel.