The OnePlus Ace 2 which was announced in China minutes ago, is now official in India, but under a new moniker. Arriving as OnePlus 11R, the newcomer boasts the same design and looks as its China counterpart, but with some subtle differences, especially in the storage and pricing segments.
First, the Ace 2 runs on ColorOS 13 in China, while the 11R offers OxygenOS in India. Additionally, the memory options are more modest in India, with options ranging from 8+128 GB to 16+256 GB. The prices also differ, with the OnePlus 11R starting at ₹39,999 for the 8+128 GB version and going up to ₹44,999 for the 16+256 GB version.
Under the hood, the OnePlus 11R is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, which can easily score a million points in AnTuTu. The device does not support memory cards, but it does come with an ample amount of memory storage.
The screen is an AMOLED display with a large 6.74-inch diagonal and a resolution of 1240×2772. The refresh rate goes up to 120Hz, with a minimum frequency of 40Hz, and the phone supports a billion colors.
The battery on the OnePlus 11R is a standard 5000mAh unit, but it supports ultra-fast charging at 100 watts. The phone also comes equipped with a 16MP front camera and a 50+8+2 MP rear camera setup, including a main, wide-angle, and macro lens. The main camera is equipped with Sony’s IMX890 sensor, which is also used in the OnePlus 11.
Other features of the OnePlus 11R include an NFC module, sixth-generation Wi-Fi, an IR blaster, and no standard audio output. It remains to be seen if the OnePlus 11R will be available in other countries, and if so, what frequency sets will be supported.