OnePlus has revealed the design of its latest flagship, the OnePlus 11, for the global market. This comes three weeks after the phone was launched in its home market of China, so it’s hardly a surprise to us as to how it looks. It is, however, the first time we’ve been able to check out the device in person.
Design-wise, the OnePlus 11 is dominated by a ginormous circular camera bump, which houses the Hasselblad triple-camera setup. Said to be inspired by a black hole, it has a flecked finish that makes it appear to have texture, despite it being covered by glossy glass. The bump is visually connected to the chrome rails, in a similar fashion to last year’s 10 Pro and 10T. Also visible here is the alert slider, which makes its return after being missing from the 10T.
The glossy green glass back is also very similar to those of the aforementioned phones; if the recent previous releases are any indication, the device will probably also be offered with a textured black option. The front of the device is typical Android smartphone with a curved edge-to-edge screen and a selfie camera in the top left corner.
Unfortunately, OnePlus is keeping the specs tightly under wraps, despite the laundry list already being revealed in China—you’ll have to stay tuned for local specs which will be revealed on February 7.