- OnePlus 11 Pro renders give us our first look at the upcoming flagship.
- The images show the phone will get a brand new rear camera module with Hassledblad optics.
- OnePlus 11 Pro is expected to launch in early 2023.
OnePlus has had a busy year with consecutive smartphone launches in recent times. The brand kicked off the year with the OnePlus 10 Pro flagship and went on to unveil the OnePlus 10R, OnePlus 10T and more Nord branded offerings. We heard rumours that the OnePlus 10T might be the last flagship phone from the brand for the year. In that context, we are now treated with some OnePlus 11 Pro renders, courtesy of SmartPrix and Steve Hemmerstoffer. The OnePlus 11 Pro launch date is yet to be revealed, but the flagship is expected to arrive in early 2023.
The latest renders of the OnePlus 11 Pro show off a camera module redesign on the rear panel with Hasselblad branding. The alert slider makes a comeback after it went missing on previous OnePlus 10 phones (excluding the 10 Pro).
OnePlus 11 Pro design revealed through leaked renders
These early renders of the OnePlus 11 Pro give us an idea about the phone’s design. Although this might not be the final design as things could change with several months still to go.
We see the punch-hole cutout on the top-left corner for the selfie snapper and narrow bezels. The phone has slightly curved edges on either side and it should be seen how OnePlus would receive this considering this design is considered to be a bit dated. The alert slider and power button are on the right edge, while the volume rocker is present on the left. The speaker grills and USB Type-C port can be seen at the bottom.
The back panel is where things get interesting. We can see a large circular module bump, to house triple camera sensors and an LED flash. We can see the Hasselblad text engraved within the circular module. We can see the phone in Black colour but there could be other options at launch. There is the OnePlus logo in the middle of the black panel.
While the OnePlus 11 Pro specifications are under wraps, for now, it is expected to come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset out of the box.