OnePlus 11 Pro renders give us our first look at the design

Hasselblad branding is there and so is the alert slider

There is still one more quarter to go before we enter 2023, but today, we got our very first look at the design of the OnePlus 11 Pro, the company’s premium flagship phone for 2023. OnLeaks shared the renders of the phone in collaboration with SmartPrix. These renders give us a very early look at the phone’s design so we can see how the device might look from the front, rear, and sides. We said “might” because these renders are based on an early prototype of the 11 Pro, so there are chances that the final design may not be the same.

Anyways, just like this year’s OnePlus 10 Pro, the main highlight in terms of the design is the camera module. The OnePlus 11 Pro takes the camera module design of the 10 Pro and takes it one step further. The camera module now has a circular housing for the cameras and the LED flash, and overall, the camera module is more rounded.

The camera module also has the “Hasselblad” branding, so that means the partnership will continue with the OnePlus 11 Pro. It is worth mentioning that the OnePlus 10T and 10R this year did not have Hasselblad branding.

The LED flash design is like any other phone, so there is no ring LED flash similar to the OnePlus 10 Pro or 10T.

Another thing that those phones did not have was the alert slider. That is not going to be the case with 11 Pro. The alert slider is present on the right side, along with the power button. The front design of the 11 Pro seems to be unchanged from the 10 Pro since there is the same curved display and a hole punch cutout on the top left corner.

One thing to note is that the OnePlus 11 Pro does not have a periscope lens on the rear, so maybe we would have to wait even further to see a periscope camera on a OnePlus flagship.

And well, that is pretty much all that these renders reveal. We have no information on the specifications, but that is obvious since it is too early to talk about the specs. But one thing is confirmed, and that’s the fact that this phone will be powered by the next flagship chip by Qualcomm, which is expected to be called Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.