Oneplus launched a number of new products yesterday, including the global version of OnePlus 11, OnePlus Ace 2 for the Chinese market, and OnePlus 11R, the Indian version of the OnePlus Ace 2, in India.
OnePlus 11R is the successor to last year’s 10R, which is the Indian version of OnePlus Ace, which was released in the Chinese market. Igeekphone understands that OnePlus Ace is only available in China, and OnePlus R series is only available in India. OnePlus 11R’s main upgrade is the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. The display size remains largely the same at 6.74 inches, but the resolution has been boosted from 1,080 x 2,412px to 1,240 x 2,772px, refresh rate remains at 120Hz and HDR10+ support.
OnePlus 10R comes in two quick-charge and battery systems – 80W / 5000mAh and 150W / 4500mAh. This year’s OnePlus 11R offers only one power system configuration, a 5000mAh battery and 100W fast charge, which, while not as fast as the old 150W, offers longer battery life and is still able to charge to 100% in 25 minutes.
The camera system is mostly the same as last year’s model, with a 50-megapixel main camera with OIS support, f / 1.8 aperture, and a 50-megapixel 1/1.56 inch sensor (in this case, the IMX890, replacing the IMX766). The ultra-wide Angle camera is still 8 megapixels (120°), and there is a 2 megapixel macro camera. The only notable change is that the 11R can record 4K video at a 60fps frame rate (higher than the 10R’s 30fps).
In terms of price, the 8/128GB base version will cost Rs 40,000 (currently around RMB3,284) and the 16/256GB version will cost Rs 45,000 (currently around RMB3,695).