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OnePlus 11 was recently announced alongside Buds Pro 2; we recommend reading the community post information on its specs. You could read our rumour-roundup as well, though some parts may be outdated. We may write an article with more details on its pricing, pre-order offers, and shipping dates closer to when it launches globally (7th February 2023). Quick summary:
- Compute: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
- RAM: upto 16GB
- Front: 32MP Sony IMX709
- Back: 50MP Sony IMX890 (primary), 48MP Sony IMX581
- Display: 2K 6.7" 120Hz Fluid AMOLED with LTPO 3.0
- Battery: 5000 mAh (dual-cell)
- Charging: 100W SuperVOOC
As for the software, the 11 will launch with OxygenOS 13 out-of-the-box. We managed to extract 2 static & their companion live wallpapers from the device's supposedly out-of-the-box firmware:
Here's low-res versions of both live wallpapers so you can get an idea of what it looks like. In our opinion it's nothing special, quite similar to most of the other ones.
These wallpapers follow the same abstract art form as all the previous OnePlus device-specific wallpapers, except the 10T, which had the most unique set of wallpapers out of the bunch. See our coverage in the most recent order:
You can download 11's wallpapers from Google Drive in their original resolution, if you'd like to apply them to your device. To set either of the live wallpapers to your home/lock screen wallpaper, you can use the free application Video to Wallpaper. Click on the "+" icon to select wallpaper path, and then tap on the "Apply" button as shown in this screen record from a OnePlus Nord N10:
OnePlus holds the copyright to these wallpapers. They should not be used for commercial purposes.