OnePlus 11 rear camera specs revealed ahead of imminent launch
OnePlus is currently doing its best to pack every minute ahead of its 11 launch event in China full of Weibo teasers, revealing for example that the upcoming Android flagship's display will support "true LTPO 3.0" and Dolby Vision.
Then again, the brand has left this panel's specs in more precise detail to the imagination for now, preferring to focus on its rear cameras instead. They are 3 in number, already known to come in a revamped, circular hump thus far. However, OnePlus has chosen to rip a certain band-aid off in advance: none of them is to be a 1-inch sensor.
Nevertheless, the brand insists that the round module is packed full of worthwhile mobile CMOS, with the new Sony IMX890 as the 11's main shooter. It will be joined by a "professional 2x portrait lens" based on the 32MP IMX709, with the 48MP IMX581 for ultrawide-angle shots.
OnePlus asserts that they will result in a significant increase in light sensitivity: for example, the IMX709 is touted to let in up to 416% more light, and will be joined by features such as in-house "RAW domain computing technology" for potentially lossless image capture in the prominent data-heavy format.
That's not all the 11 may offer: the triple shooters will also be joined by a 13-channel multi-spectral sensor to bolster its in-built Hasselblad-informed color science. OnePlus' camera partner has also put its name on 2 "classic lens blur effects" to be found in the 11's camera app.
Despite spilling these secrets, OnePlus will probably have even more to say about the upcoming premium device on January 4, 2022 from 14:30 Beijing time (07:30 CET).