OnePlus 11 and OnePlus Buds Pro 2 are already available globally, having debuted in China as early as January 4.
OnePlus 11 is the company’s all-in-one flagship, featuring a 6.7-inch 1440x3216px AMOLED LTPO3 display with an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate and a peak brightness of 1,300 Nits.
For cameras, there’s a 16-megapixel selfie camera on the front. On the back is a 50-megapixel f / 1.8 24mm main camera (IMX890-1/1.56 “), a 32-megapixel f / 2.0 48mm 2x zoom camera (IMX709-1/1.56 “), and a 48-megapixel 115-degree F / 2.2 ultra-wide-angle camera with autofocus and macro capabilities (IMX581-1/2.0 “). The cameras come with third-generation Hasselblasz imagery, which adds features like Hasselblasz’s new natural color calibration, uses a 13-channel multispectral sensor to identify light and color, as well as Hasselblasz portrait mode and OnePlus’s own TurboRAW HDR.
OnePlus 11 is equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 4nm chipset and comes with either 8GB or 16GB of RAM, with 128GB and 256GB of storage, respectively. The machine has a 5000mAh battery and supports 100W SUPERVOOC wired charging. The North American version is an 80W SUPERVOOC wired charge (it can be fully charged in 27 minutes). OnePlus 11, however, doesn’t have wireless charging.
Oneplus also says OnePlus 11 is the first OnePlus phone to be able to receive four major OxygenOS updates and a five-year security update.
OnePlus 11 comes in Titan Black, which has a frosted glass panel, and Eternal Green, which has a polished finish. The phone is available for pre-order from today, starting at $699 / €829 for an 8/128GB model, the 16/256GB model will be priced at $799 / €899 and will ship on February 16. Oneplus also offers pre-purchase incentives such as free Bang & Olufsen A1 second generation speakers, up to 350 euros (about 2,555 yuan) in trade-in incentives, and 100 euros off spending more than 1,000 euros on the OnePlus website.
The price of the 8/128GB and 16/256GB versions in India are 56,999 Indian rupees (currently about 4680 RMB) and 61,999 Indian rupees (currently about 5090 RMB) respectively.
OnePlus 11 will also be available in the Middle East, which Igeekphone understands is a first for the company. 8/128GB is 2,579 dirham (currently about 4,769 RMB), while 16/256GB is 2,799 Dirham (currently about 5,176 RMB).
Then there’s the OnePlus Buds Pro 2, the new flagship headphones launched in partnership with Danish speaker maker Dynaudio and featuring a MelodyBoost 11mm+6mm dual-drive unit. OnePlus Buds Pro 2 also brings spatial audio support, which combines with Dolby Head tracking on the OnePlus 11 to achieve a 3D audio effect when you turn your head in apps such as YouTube and Disney +.
Oneplus Buds Pro 2 comes with TuV-certified intelligent adaptive noise cancellation that cancels ambient noise of up to 48 decibels. It also offers a transparent mode that lets outside voices in to talk to people.
Buds Pro 2 lasts 39 hours with adaptive noise cancellation turned off. The charging case can be charged wirelessly via any Qi charger or wired via USB-C.
Buds Pro 2, which comes in black and green versions of the OnePlus 11, is available through OnePlus and Amazon for $179 and 11,999 Indian rupees (currently around RMB1,215), starting February 16.
There is also the exclusive OnePlus Buds Pro 2R white version for Rs 9,999, which has most of the same features as the Pro 2 but lacks the head-tracking feature.