Although OnePlus just introduced the 10T, leaks about its future flagship have already surfaced online. The OnePlus 11 Pro could launch this year, according to rumours. OnLeaks has revealed design renders.
Leaked renders of the OnePlus 11 Pro hint it could have a camera island design. The OnePlus 11 Pro’s rear-facing camera feels like a mix of the Xiaomi 12S Ultra’s round camera island and the OnePlus 10 Pro’s square design. While unusual, the new design looks weird, and we hope OnePlus doesn’t stick with it.
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Next, the camera housing has been changed. The OnePlus 10 Pro had a square shape, but the OnePlus 10 has a larger, circular design with a half-pill-shaped edge. This isn’t the first time OnePlus has used a circular camera housing on a phone (the OnePlus 7T is a good example), but the renders show that the triple camera setup is much bigger than in the past.
Finally, the leaked renders show the return of the alert slider, a feature that OnePlus said would return on future models after it didn’t show up on the OnePlus 10T. Before the OnePlus 10T came out, all of the company’s flagship phones had a slider that made it easy to switch between Sound, Vibrate, and Mute modes.
There were worries that the slider would only be on Pro-branded phones and not on every OnePlus flagship, but we won’t know for sure until official information comes out closer to the phone’s release. There are no more details about specs or prices in these leaks, but recent rumours suggest that the OnePlus 11 Pro will launch with Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship processor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.