The OnePlus 11 Pro is confirmed to be dead

OnePlus 11 Pro

Only a few hours have passed since the official launch of the new top of range of the Chinese brand and there is already talk of the future of the family. One of the brand’s executives answered some questions from users and revealed the fate of the OnePlus 11 Pro that many of us are waiting for or, rather, hoping to see later.

Interestingly, the OnePlus 11 Pro is a smartphone that has been leaked numerous times for a long time. However, yesterday we could only see one model from the range, leaving fans wanting to try an even more top phone. But, it seems that this will not be the case, since it has been the highest manager of the firm who affirmed that the OnePlus 11 Pro does not exist and will not reach the market. Not now and not later.

The president of OnePlus China, Ji Jie, went through Weibo, the well-known Chinese social network, to find out the impressions of the users of its latest launch. Immediately after the event dedicated to the new top-of-the-range, the businessman boasted of the large numbers of reservations in the first hours of the new mobile, but he also denied the existence of the Pro model.

A user interested in buying the new phone requested information about a possible augmented version. The firm’s president’s response was blunt: There is no OnePlus 11 Pro. Most likely, the newcomer will remain the only model in the series and, therefore, we will not have a Pro variant. Furthermore, there are no intentions of May this change throughout the year.

Interestingly, this is a contrary strategy to what we saw in 2022, the year in which a OnePlus 10 Pro was released, but no ‘standard’ OnePlus 10. Who knows, in 2024, the top-of-the-range that the brand would launch would be a hypothetical OnePlus 12 Pro.

The best of OnePlus for 2023

In this way, if you want a top of range of the firm for this year, you can only buy the OnePlus 11, which boasts quite striking specifications. For starters, it has a 6.7-inch E4 AMOLED Quad HD+ display that runs at a 120Hz refresh rate and features the usual in-display fingerprint scanner. In front, the smartphone has a 16 MP front camera and three cameras on the back: a 50 MP primary lens with optical image stabilization (OIS), a 48 MP ultra-wide angle camera, and a 32 MP telephoto lens with OIS.

Other interesting details of the smartphone are a 5,000 mAh battery with 100 W charging and a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU complemented by up to 512 GB of storage and 16 GB RAM. We are talking about a smartphone that reaches stores with IP54 certification, Gorilla Glass 5 glass, Android 13, and the ColorOS 13 operating system, at least in the global version of the device.

Regarding prices, right now it costs around 700 euros in exchange in China, but OnePlus 11 Pro is coming soon in Bangladesh.

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