The technical specifications of the upcoming flagship from the Chinese brand OnePlus have already been revealed on the net while the OnePlus 11 has just been launched in France.
An important leak comes to us again from the famous and now trusted Yogesh Brar on Twitter. The guy is far from being on his first try and has a reputation among informants for the overall reliability of his information. the smart phone OnePlus Version 12 should improve not only its power, but its camera as well.
Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 is on the horizon
OnePlus 11 was released in December 2022 in China and last February in the rest of the world. It has therefore been fixed on the region for a very short time, and we already know, taking the necessary tweezers for such leaks at this stage in the development of the device, the main lines of what its successor will offer. Not surprisingly, the brand’s next flagship is called the OnePlus 12 and, according to Brar, it should sport the same 6.7-inch QHD OLED display refreshed at 120Hz as its predecessor.
On the other hand, and again, this is no surprise, the device could be powered by Qualcomm’s next super-powerful chip, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. The US brand still has to formalize it later this year, but we do know. Many high-end smartphones should be equipped for 2024.
Improved photo block
The smartphone should also have the same 5,000mAh battery as the OnePlus 11, with fast charging at 100W, allowing you to get a full charge in about twenty minutes. According to information retrieved by Yogesh Brar, we should expect a certified IP for the smartphone but not 68, which is the highest certification that indicates protection against dust and immersion in water for several minutes.
OnePlus 12, which is supposed to be presented in China in December, will have a photo module with three sensors: a 50-megapixel main sensor, a 50-megapixel ultra-wide angle and a 64-megapixel optical zoom. We just have to wait for the next leaks, which are sure to arrive in the coming months, to get a better idea of the device. It will also be useful to keep an eye on whether the smartphone could be launched in Europe. Many strong rumors suggest that Oppo, the parent company of OnePlus, is packing up and getting ready to leave the area.