OnePlus 11 Marble Odyssey edition gets a launch date in India


OnePlus 11 Marble Odyssey edition

OnePlus has announced the launch of its latest limited edition smartphone, the OnePlus 11 5G Marble Odyssey edition, in India. The mobile phone is set to go on sale on June 6, 2023. This device will be exclusive to those who get an invitation to buy it. The Marble Odyssey edition is a unique version of the OnePlus 11. It features a natural stone – based back panel with a unique pattern and texture. 

OnePlus 11 Marble Odyssey edition

Features of OnePlus 11 5G Marble Odyssey edition

The OnePlus 11 5G Marble Odyssey version features a 6.7-inch QHD+ curved AMOLED display with a smooth 120Hz refresh rate. It is powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and comes with up to 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The mobile phone also uses a distinct texture inspired by Jupiter‘s surface.

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The back panel is crafted from 3D microcrystalline rock material. It offers a seamless and hygienic user experience with its fingerprint – resistant, wear-resistant, and antibacterial properties. This device also features a powerful 50MP Sony IMX890 primary camera and a 48MP ultra-wide camera. On the camera module, there is a third sensor, a 32MP telephoto camera for detailed close – ups.

Pricing and availability

The OnePlus 11 5G Marble Odyssey edition is priced at Rs 64,999, which is about Rs 3000 more than the cost of the original OnePlus 11. Since it is only available on an invite, OnePlus has already listed the mobile phone as ‘Out of Stock‘ on its official website. However, it is unclear how the invite – only system will work and who will be allowed to buy the phone. 

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Final Words

It is usual for special edition phones to be available for a limited time. This unique device will start sales on June 6, 2023 but not everyone can buy it. At the moment, we do not know how the invite – only system will work so we have to keep our fingers crossed. 

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