OnePlus 11 New technology: Network Signal Lag Not Anymore


OnePlus founder Liu Zuohu warmed up for the new OnePlus 11. Liu Zuohu said that OPPO has deployed weak network server clusters for a long time, and has built a total of 8 big data centers around the world. The core purpose is to solve a series of experience problems in weak network environments. This technology was launched by the OnePlus 11.

It is reported that the weak network server group is a major project of OPPO’s secret layout. Its core capability is to solve the problems of mobile phone network signal freezes and delays in weak network or network congestion environments. Through this cloud server cluster, open the exclusive channel of the OnePlus 11 network. , can achieve nanosecond-level processing for data packets transmitted by any channel.

OPPO gave resources to OnePlus! OnePlus 11’s first new technology: a radical solution to the problem of network signal lag

For OnePlus 11, this is the first time that OPPO has tilted its leading technology to OnePlus after launching the dual-brand strategy. Moreover, OnePlus and OPPO share resources and capital investment in basic research and development, supply chain, channels, and other aspects.

In terms of parameters, the OnePlus 11 uses a 6.7-inch 2K full screen with a curved surface, equipped with Qualcomm’s second-generation Snapdragon 8 mobile platform, a rear 50 million AI triple camera, a battery of 5000mAh, and supports 100W wired flash charging.

In addition, this time, the mobile light-tracking technology jointly developed by OnePlus and Qualcomm has surpassed the limitations of the hardware, allowing the OnePlus 11 to have the ability to “bring the experience of 3A-level end-game games to mobile phones”. Li Jie Calls it an unprecedented breakthrough.

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