OnePlus released the OnePlus 11 5G & Buds Pro 2.

    OnePlus has unveiled its next flagship phone, the OnePlus 11 5G, which will go on sale in China on January 9 and in the rest of the world on February 7. It will be complemented by the OnePlus Buds Pro 2, the company’s latest generation of ANC-equipped wireless earphones.

    OnePlus 11 5G

    OnePlus 11 5G
    OnePlus 11 5G

    The OnePlus 11 5G is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which should improve CPU and GPU performance over the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 in the OnePlus 10T it succeeds. The phone features a 6.7-inch 2K A+ flexible AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, as well as LTPO 3.0 display technology, which will be welcomed by customers looking for better battery life from their handsets.

    This technology was first seen in 2022 on smartphones such as the Vivo X80 Pro, and given that the display on the OnePlus 10T was already fantastic, the 11 5G might improve on it even further.

    As with its predecessor, the OnePlus 11 5G will be available with up to 16GB of RAM, and the company claims that it has an innovative RAM management system for improved performance in multi-tasking and gaming conditions. You are always welcome.

    Cameras are usually an important aspect of any modern flagship, and OnePlus’ partnership with Hasselblad continues for the 11 5G. This means that the gadget will retain the Hasselblad technology seen in the 10T while also adding a new 13-channel multi-spectral light-color detecting sensor to the 11 5G cameras. The primary array has a 50MP main IMX890 sensor, a 48MP ultra-wide IMX581 sensor, and a 32MP portrait IMX709 sensor, all of which are considerable improvements over the OnePlus 10T.

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    The OnePlus 11 5G will have a 5,000mAh battery that can be fast recharged using the 100W SUPERVOOC charging method, so battery life should not be an issue.

    While the release date has already been set, the price has yet to be determined. Hopefully, it won’t deviate too much from the $649/£629/€699/₹44,999 price of the OnePlus 10T.

    OnePlus Buds Pro 2

    OnePlus Buds Pro 2
    OnePlus Buds Pro 2
    The OnePlus 11 5G will be joined on launch day by the company’s latest generation of wireless earphones. The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 include a MelodyBoost twin driver system developed in collaboration with Danish speaker specialists Dynaudio. The lowest frequencies are handled by 11mm subwoofers, while the bulk of the mid and treble frequencies are handled by 6mm tweeter units. This might help to clarify the frequencies, since we found the OnePlus Buds Pro’s single 11mm driver to be a little murky at times.

    According to OnePlus, the woofer’s dome is fitted with a crystal polymer diaphragm and a distinct dome and edge design to increase the relationship between the low, mid, and high frequencies.

    The Buds will also have one default EQ as well as three bespoke ones – Bold, Serenade, and Bass – so you should be able to select one that matches your preferred frequency concentration.

    Android fans will be pleased to learn that the new buds have spatial audio, which promises rich tones with vast soundscapes for music and other audio. According to OnePlus, the rich stereo sounds are the result of a “self-developed stereo upmixing algorithm” that performs all of the technological hard work. There’s also real-time head tracking due to a six-axis IMU sensor, which should put you in the thick of the auditory action at all times.

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    As you’d assume given the name, they also have Smart Adaptive Noise Cancellation (ANC), which can muffle up to 48dB of sounds from your surroundings, allowing you to tune out the world while listening to music. There’s also ‘Personalized Noise Cancellation,’ which analyzes your ear canal and looks for leakage (of sound, not anything else) before delivering the best sort of cancellation it believes you’ll need.

    Bluetooth 5.3 LE is used for connection, and the buds may be linked with two devices at the same time. According to OnePlus, when coupled with the charging case, you should get up to 39 hours of playing before needing to recharge. This is a significant improvement over the previous generation buds, which could only last 28 hours.

    Again, no pricing have been released, so we’ll presume that the new buds will be priced similarly to the ones they replace, which should put them around the £139/$149 range.

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