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OnePlus 11 5G Global Version to Support 80W Charging

OnePlus 11 5G went official at the beginning of this year in China. On Feb. 7, the company will hold a launch event for the OP11 in India. Tipster Snoopy Tech has shared the fresh renders of the OnePlus 11 5G’s global version. In addition, the tipster has shared a marketing document, which contains the key specifications of the device. The global and Chinese editions of the device will have the same specs. However, as per the new leak, the global edition’s fast charging capabilities will be slower than its Chinese edition.

The OnePlus 11 5G available in China supports 100W SuperVOOC charging. The leaked marketing document reveals that the OnePlus 11 5G will support 80W charging. The Chinese and global editions will run on Android 13 OS. While the former offers a ColorOS 13 experience, the latter will deliver an OxygenOS 13 experience.

It also states that it will feature a 6.7-inch display, a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, up to 16 GB of RAM, an alert slider, and a triple camera unit with Hasselblad Ambient Photography offering pro-grade portraits and industry-leading color reproduction. This indicates that apart from differences in software experience and charging capabilities, the other specs may remain the same on the Chinese and global versions of the OnePlus 11.

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As per tipster Mukul Sharma, the marketing names of the OnePlus 11 5G color variants are Titan Black and Eternal Green. As has been revealed before, the base model of the OP11’s global version is expected to offer 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The highest variant of the global model is expected to offer 16 GB of RAM. In comparison, its Chinese edition offers a 12GB+256GB configuration in its base model.

The OnePlus 11 5G will compete with the iQOO 11 5G, which is priced at Rs 59,999, in the Indian market.

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