The OnePlus 11 and the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 started their global journey today. The pair was unveiled in China back on January 4, so there are no surprises when it comes to their hardware, but let's do them over, just in case.
The OnePlus 11 is the company's full-on flagship, now that the Pro monicker has been dropped. It features a 6.7-inch 1440x3216px Fluid AMOLED LTPO3 display with with adaptive 120Hz refresh rate, and a peak brightness of 1300 nits.
There's a 16MP selfie camera on the front. On the back, the OnePlus 11 has a 50MP f/1.8 24mm main camera (IMX890 - 1/1.56"), a 32MP f/2.0 48mm 2x zoom camera (IMX709 - 1/1.56"), and a 48MP 115-degree FoV f/2.2 ultrawide unit with autofocus and macro capabilities (IMX581 - 1/2.0").
The cameras come with the 3rd generation of Hasselblad Camera for Mobile tuning. It adds perks like the new Natural Color Calibration with Hasselblad, which uses a 13-channel multi-spectral sensor to identify light and color, as well as Hasselblad Portrait Mode, and OnePlus' own TurboRAW HDR.
The OnePlus 11 is equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 4nm chipset, paired with either 8GB or 16GB of RAM. Storage is 128GB and 256GB, respectively.
There's a 5,000mAh battery that supports 100W SUPERVOOC wired charging. North American buyers get 80W SUPERVOOC wired charging (1-100% in 27 minutes, advertised) instead. There's no wireless charging on the OnePlus 11, though.
OnePlus says the 11 is the first OnePlus to be eligible for four major OxygenOS updates and five years of security updates.
The OnePlus 11 is available in a Titan Black with a matte, frosted finish to the glass panel and an Eternal Green with a glossy finish. The phone goes on pre-order from today, starting at $699/€829 for the 8/128GB model, and $799/€899 for the 16/256GB variant. Shipments begin on February 16. There are some pre-order bonuses, like a free Bang & Olufsen A1 2nd gen speaker, up to €350 trade-in bonus, and a €100 discount if you spend more than €1,000 on OnePlus' website.
Indian prices are INR 56,999 and INR 61,999 for the 8/128GB and 16/256GB.
The OnePlus 11 will be available in the Middle East in a first for the company. The 8/128GB is AED 2,579 and YER 2,799, while the 16/256GB is AED 2,799 and YER 2,999. The phone is ILS 3,099 and ILS 3,499, respectively, in Israel.
Moving on to the OnePlus Buds Pro 2. The new flagship earbuds are a co-effort with Danish speaker maker Dynaudio and have MelodyBoost 11mm+6mm dual drivers.
The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 brings spatial audio support, which in conjunction with Dolby Head Tracking on the OnePlus 11, enables 3D audio effect when you turn your head in apps like YouTube and Disney+.
The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 has TUV-certified Smart Adaptive Noise Cancellation that can eliminate as much as 48dB of ambient noise. There's also a transparency mode that will let the outside world in to enable conversations with people, even with the buds on.
The Buds Pro 2 will last up to 39 hours with ANC off. The case can charge wirelessly via any Qi charger or wired via USB-C.
The Buds Pro 2 come in OnePlus 11-matching Black and Green, starting at $179 and INR 11,999 through OnePlus' website and Amazon. Sales begin on February 16.
The Indian market also gets an exclusive OnePlus Buds Pro 2R in White, priced at INR 9,999. These are otherwise identical to the Pro 2 but miss the head tracking.
i wish the design was more visually pleasing, otherwise those are some solid specs for the price, finally a bit more back to why oneplus shined
Not a good brand.... i took a one plus phone and within an year all of a sudden a green line showed up.. totally strange.. so whoever is going to buy expect such bugs hitting your phone with vague reply from customer service team..