OnePlus 11 specifications are almost officially confirmed, they appeared on the Chinese certification site TENAA.
As soon as the OnePlus 11 was spotted in benchmark tests, it appeared on a new regulatory listing on the TENAA website (via mysmartprice).
TENAA is the Chinese equivalent of the US FCC, which means devices must go through an official government agency before they can be marketed in the country. In other words, the appearance here is second only to the official statement in terms of reliability.
While the OnePlus 11 specs we got from this latest TENAA listing aren’t something we haven’t heard before in the form of rumors, they do carry an extra dose of credibility.
The listing confirms that the OnePlus 11 will have a 6.7-inch AMOLED display and 3216 x 1440 or QHD+ resolution. We don’t examine the refresh rate, but it’s practically nailed down to 120Hz.
We have not received confirmation of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, but this is not a problem. We received this confirmation directly from the mouth last month.
The listing does confirm the RAM and storage configuration of the OnePlus 11. It will come with either 12GB or 16GB of RAM and 256GB or 512GB of internal storage. So there won’t be a base 8/128GB model this year, at least not in China.
The TENAA listing also confirms the OnePlus 11’s base camera setup, which will consist of one 50MP camera that will most likely be wide-angle, one 48MP (probably ultra-wide), and one 32MP (probably telephoto). On the final front, the listing confirms there will be a 2x zoom, which is perhaps the least impressive thing about these initial specs.
On the front, we get confirmation that there will be a 16-megapixel selfie camera.
The listing mentions that the OnePlus 11 will be equipped with a 2435mAh battery. If this caused a double look at his unlikely miserliness, it’s well seen. However, all of this means that the OnePlus 11 will have a dual-cell setup, so a little bit of basic arithmetic suggests that just 2 x 2435 = 4870 mAh.
We’re not getting any confirmation of the OnePlus 11’s ability to charge, but it’s widely known to be 100W.
We’ll get full confirmation of all of this, hopefully along with some new juicy details, at the OnePlus 11 launch event on February 7th.