OnePlus launched a Chinese variant of the OnePlus 11 earlier this month. Here we have to wait until February 7 for the phone to be available here.
That the OnePlus 11 would have the same version as China in the rest of the world was anything but certain. Someone who checked the performance of the smartphone on Geekbench and published the results now dispels those doubts.
We already knew from previous reports that the OnePlus 11 would be an improvement on the OnePlus 10 Pro. The model that was tested on Geekbench carries model number CPH2451 and has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. Old news in itself, except that we are now sure that the device will also appear with 16 GB of RAM. That was uncertain for a long time: never before had the brand launched a telephone on the international market with such specifications. However, there is a first time for everything.
The only difference between the Chinese OnePlus 11 and the one we will see here is in the software. The Chinese version will run ColorOS, while here we get OxygenOS with Android 13.
Other specs OnePlus 11
We already know other specifications of the OnePlus 11: a 5000 mAh battery, a 100W charger. The Hasselblad cameras are also returning. This time in the form of a main camera with 50 MP, a 48 MP ultra-wide camera and a telephoto lens of 32 MP. You can take selfies with a quality of 16 MP. Otherwise, the OnePlus 11 gets a curved AMOLED screen that offers 2K quality and a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
The question is, of course, how the device performs. If we can believe the listing on Geekbench, the phone runs very well. The device achieves no less than 1468 points in single-core workloads, while the phone achieves 4965 points for tasks that use multiple cores.
The Geekbench listing for the OnePlus 11. | Source: Geek Bench
Are you curious how much faster that is than your phone? Then you know how to install Geekbench and make the comparison. All scores are normalized. This means that a score that is twice as high indicates a device that is twice as fast.