Renders of the OnePlus 11 leaked earlier this week, and we saw a circular camera island with three shooters and one LED flash lined up in a square formation. Today, the first live photo surfaced – a close-up shot of the cameras on the back and the front.
A quick glance reveals OnePlus is still refraining from using a periscope lens for telephoto images, while the front panel is curved on the sides while the selfie camera sits behind a punch hole.
We can see the main camera of the OnePlus 11 appears in the bottom left corner, while the ultra-wide-angle shooter with a bigger lens is in the top left. In the top right, we see a camera with a tiny focal point, meaning it is most likely a 2 MP sensor for macro shots.
The source said the alert slider will return, as it was gone in the OnePlus 10T. On the hardware side we expect a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and a QHD+ screen. We know the OnePlus 11 will be the only top-performance device, as the company is dropping the Pro moniker to streamline its flagship portfolio.