Check OnePlus 11 Release Date And Price in Pakistan. In 2022, OnePlus released the OnePlus 10 Pro instead of the normal model, which many of us found surprising. For the OnePlus 11, what does that mean?
Even though there has just been one phone so far, rumours have already suggested a similar setup. However, this time there may be no Pro at all and the naming may be flipped. The OnePlus 11 is described here, as far as we know.
OnePlus 11 Release Date And Price in Pakistan
OnePlus 11 launched date
OnePlus has not provided any information regarding the release date of the 11 or 11 Pro. However, early 2023 would be a good bet given that OnePlus typically releases its flagship models in the spring and that the OnePlus 10 Pro was actually unveiled in China as early as January 2022.
Though it might appear even earlier than that. The next OnePlus flagship will reportedly go on sale “at the end of the year”, according to the often trustworthy leaker Digital Chat Station.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip is most likely to power the phone. This chip is anticipated to debut in November, a few weeks earlier than usual, to give Chinese phone makers time to get their devices on the market before the Chinese New Year shopping season in January.
As a result, if OnePlus sticks to its current plan, the OnePlus 11 and/or 11 Pro won’t be available outside of China until March 2023, but they may be available as early as December 2022.
Price of the OnePlus 11
We’ll use the prior models to position ourselves in the market as OnePlus hasn’t confirmed the price just yet. The cost of the most recent flagships is shown here.
- OnePlus 10T – $649/£629/€699
- OnePlus 10 Pro – $899/£799/€899
- OnePlus 9 – $729/£629/€699
- OnePlus 9 Pro – $999/£829/€899
- OnePlus 8T – $649/£549/€649
We’ll hope to see something a little less expensive, along the lines of the OnePlus 10T, but if OnePlus only chooses to offer a Pro model for the 11-series, it will likely cost around the same as the current 10 Pro. The global chip scarcity, Covid’s delays to production and distribution, and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are all starting to raise costs, so things might not quite work out this easily after all.