OnePlus 11 future still in the balance. While interest in the OnePlus 11 has been high since the poll went live last week, over 40% of voters, indicate they will wait for in-depth evaluations of the new flagship to make their purchase decision. OnePlus is experimenting with a new strategy with this generation by lowering the cost at the expense of certain features. In other words, it looks and acts like the OnePlus of yesteryear.
A few voters are unhappy with the proposal to reduce the telephoto lens from 3x to 2x, eliminate the IP68 protection, abandon USB 3, and forego wireless charging. They are looking at other brands instead of the older (and in some ways more powerful) OnePlus 10 Pro and 9 Pro. Even though many people were interested in a smaller OnePlus flagship, the company ultimately decided against producing one.
OnePlus 11 future still in the balance.
Even though the firm is not renowned for making compact flagship devices, the non-Pro versions were noticeably smaller than the Pro variants. OnePlus’ decision to focus on a single flagship product was the correct one. We have yet to see the price outside of China, of course.
Even though OnePlus plans to undercut competing Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 flagships, several companies will give price breaks and other incentives to encourage customers to buy their products before they launch. Release dates have been set on February 7 for the OnePlus 11 and the Buds Pro 2. However, the OnePlus 11 has already set new records for pre-sales in China, so this will be a successful release.