OnePlus 11 Launch Event to be Hosted in New Delhi on 7th February

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Oneplus released the 11 and 11R in China on 9th January. To subdue the uncertainty surrounding its global release, OnePlus released a teaser video titled “Witness the Shape of Power”.

The OnePlus 11 Launch event will be hosted in New Delhi on 7th February. Hosting the event in India makes sense for the Chinese tech giant because of its major success in the market with its midrange offerings. 

In this Cloud 11 event, we will see the international version of the OnePlus 11 and 11R and other devices in their 2023 line-up. This year, the new OnePlus 11 drops the ‘pro’ from its name. But make no mistake, it is still going to be the premium flagship killer that it has always been. 

The OnePlus 11 5G will feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, along with the 3rd Gen Hasselblad Camera that claims ‘Almost DSLR-level portrait’. They have also promised 4 generations of Oxygen OS and 5 years of software and security updates for the new device. Lastly, the ever-loved Alert slider is going to be back!

If we believe the rumors, we can expect fast wired charging up to 100W and a 6.7-inch screen with a 120Hz refresh rate.

If that’s all you were hyped about, you have something else coming. Along with the OnePlus 11 5G, we’re also going to see the first-ever OnePlus Pad Tablet. All we have for this device is an image and a tagline, “Smooth Without Equal”. Given the reputation and devices we’ve seen from OnePlus, we’re sure that the Pad will be Smooth. However, we have our doubts about whether it can Equal the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and the iPad lineup. 

OnePlus is also launching the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 as an upgrade over the previous earphone offering by them. It is going to feature Cinematic Spatial Audio and a MelodyBoostTM Dual Driver System. 

Some other releases that we know of are OnePlus TV 65 Q2 Pro and OnePlus Keyboard. Stay tuned as we find more updates and news regarding the Cloud 11 event and the OnePlus 11 launch. 

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