It is a gaming variant of the OnePlus 11, and without Hasselblad markings.
OnePlus loves the shape of you, or sorry, we mean power. The shape of power. Wonder where did that come from?
Anyway, since the OnePlus 11T and 11 Pro would likely never exist, the other complementary device of the 11 series is the 11R which was originally the second-gen Ace launched in China. The phone is intended for an Indian audience and, unlike the 11 which is more of an all-rounder device, the 11R is geared for performance users.
The phone retained almost all of the features of the OnePlus 11. However, it comes with a slightly altered design. Notably, the front camera is now aligned at the center of its OLED screen and the Hasselblad markings are absent, juse like the 10R/Ace.
The screen is a 6.74″ FHD+ (2772x1240px) 120Hz Fluid AMOLED with a 10-bit colour depth and HDR10+ support. Unlike the OnePlus 11 however, the screen here is flat.
The phone also carries a slightly weaker Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 which means it carries an older UFS 3.1 storage system and LPPDR5X RAM. Configurations include 8/128 or 16/256. Tradition of all number series for OnePlus, the MicroSD slot is absent
It is powered by a dual 2500mAh battery with 100W SuperVOOC charging. It sports no headphone jack but it does have stereo speakers with Hi-Res Audio for both wired and wireless peripherals. Also, the phone has an IR Blaster which is a pretty rare thing for OnePlus and BBK overall. You could use this neat feature to control certain appliances and devices such as ACs and TVs. Of course, you also get the In-display fingerprint sensor
There are three cameras and only one of which actually does have a real purpose. This is the primary 50MP Sony IMX890 camera with OIS. The other two is your usual 8MP ultrawide and 2MP 4cm macro. These sets of cameras are the main reason why Hasselblad branding is not needed. If you’re into cameras, the regular 11 is the way to go. The 11R features a 16MP front camera with EIS
It boots with OxygenOS 13 based on Android 13. The phone is intended for Indian users originally but just like the Ace, the phone will find its way to become a grey market item. This makes it a legitimate device but not intended to be launched here in the Philippines, therefore, expectations for repair and servicing should be thrown at the window. It retails for INR 39,999 (~Php 26.4K) for the 8/128 configuration and INR 44,999 (~Php 29.7K) for the 16/256 version.
- 6.74″ FullHD+ (2772x1240px) 120Hz AMOLED, 10-bit colour, HDR10+, 100% DCI-P3
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 (4nm)
- 50MP (Primary), f/1.8, 1/1.56″, 24mm, Sony IMX890, OIS
- 8MP (Ultrawide), f/2.2, 1.12µm, 120° FOV
- 2MP (Macro), f/2.4
- FRONT: 16MP, f/2.4, 24mm
- OxygenOS 13 based on Android 13
- 5000mAh, 100W Fast Charging
- USB-C, Stereo Speakers, Dual Mic Noise Cancellation, IR Blaster, In-display fingerprint scanner, Dual Nano-SIM Card Slot
- 5G Services, Bluetooth 5.2, Wi-Fi 6/6e, NFC, OTG
- Galactic Silver, Sonic Black
- 8/128: INR 39,999 (~Php 26.4K)
- 16/256: INR 44,999 (~Php 29.7K)
Source: OnePlus India