OnePlus 11 and OnePlus Buds Pro 2 Go On Sale Globally

OnePlus 11 and OnePlus Buds pro 2

On the first days of 2023, OnePlus uncovered the most powerful smartphone of the company. Unfortunately, the OnePlus 11 was available for purchase only in China. The same was true for the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 TWS earphones as well. But such a treasure shouldn’t be offered in a single market. At the recent event, the company issued a statement saying that these two are going on sale globally.

OnePlus 11 Highlights

The OnePlus 11 comes with tons of selling points. For instance, it sports a 6.7-inch 1440x3216px AMOLED LTPO3 display. The latter allows the phone to support an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate. It also boasts of a peak brightness of 1300 nits.

Another highlight is imaging. The OnePlus 11 sports a 16MP selfie camera on the front. While this is not anything outstanding, on the opposite side, the phone carries a triple camera. The camera module includes a 50MP f/1.8 24mm main sensor (IMX890 – 1/1.56″), a 32Mp f/2.0 48mm 2x zoom lens (IMX709 – 1/1.56″), and a 48MP 115-degree f/2.2 ultra-wide-angle lens (IMX581 – 1/2.0). The entire system supports autofocus and macro shooting. These sensors work under the control of Hasselblad imaging 3.0. The latter brings multiple goodies, such as natural color calibration, Hasselblad portrait mode, and OnePlus’ own TurboRAW HDR.

Of course, it couldn’t be so attractive if there is no Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 under the hood. The chip is paired with 8GB or 16GB of RAM and 128GB and 256GB of storage.

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The machine has a built-in 5000mAh battery, which supports 100W SUPERVOOC wired charging. By the way, the North American version supports 80W SUPERVOOC wired charging. The latter allows the phone to reach 100% in less than 27 minutes. However, the OnePlus 11 does not have wireless charging.

The OnePlus 11 is the first OnePlus phone to receive four major OxygenOS updates and five years of security updates.

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The OnePlus 11 Global is available in two colors, Titan Black and Eternal Green. The glass panel of Titan Black is frosted, while the glass panel of Eternal Green is glossy.

At the moment, you can already book the handset. The 8/128GB model costs $699 / 829 euros, while the 16/256GB model costs $799 / 899 euros. The shipment will start on February 16. OnePlus also offers some pre-order incentives, such as a free Bang & Olufsen A1 second-generation speaker, a trade-in reward of up to 350 Euros, and a discount of 100 euros if you spend more than 1000 euros on the OnePlus website.

The prices of the 8/128GB and 16/256GB versions in India are 56,999 Indian rupees ($691) and 61,999 Indian rupees ($751).

The OnePlus 11 will also be launched in the Middle East. This is the first time for OnePlus to bring its products to this region. Here, the 8/128GB version is 2579 dirhams ($702), while the 16/256GB model is 2799 dirhams ($762).

OnePlus Buds Pro 2 Highlights

The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 was launched in collaboration with Danish speaker manufacturer Dynaudio. It features MelodyBoost 11mm+6mm dual driver units. The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 also brings spatial audio support, which combines with Dolby head tracking on the OnePlus 11 for 3D audio when you turn your head in apps like YouTube and Disney+.

Another selling point of these earphones is the TUV-certified intelligent adaptive noise reduction function. It can eliminate up to 48 decibels of ambient noise. There is a transparency mode that all we like a lot. It lets in outside sound so you can talk to people.

With the adaptive noise reduction function turned off, the Buds Pro 2 can last for 39 hours. At the same time, the case supports wireless charging via any Qi charger or wired charging via USB-C.

OnePlus Buds Pro 2

The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 is available in black and green versions matching the OnePlus 11. At the moment, you can purchase them through the OnePlus website and Amazon for $179 and 11,999 Indian rupees ($145). However, it will start shipping on February 16.

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