Certification of a OnePlus smartphone by the Bluetooth SIG makes it possible to credibly envisage a presentation of the OnePlus 11 (or 11 Pro) in January 2023.
Prepare yourselves, the OnePlus 11 or 11 Pro could see the light of day in the coming weeks. Indeed, according to leaker Mukul Sharma on Twitter, the Bluetooth SIG has certified a smartphone whose model number is OnePlus CPH2451.
The leaker explains that it could be either the OnePlus 11 or a new cheaper model which could be the OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite. The two hypotheses are interesting, but some elements make it possible to reinforce the credibility of the first.
OnePlus CPH2451 receives the Bluetooth SIG certification.
OxygenOS13 (Android 13) out of the box.
Possibly the upcoming Nord or OnePlus 11.#OnePlus #OnePlus11 #OnePlusNordCE3Lite pic.twitter.com/HgyHjVFKfv
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) November 25, 2022
Why the OnePlus 11 (or 11 Pro) could quickly be presented?
Certification by the Bluetooth SIG is one of the last steps before the official presentation of a smartphone. It usually takes a few weeks. However, it is worth remembering that the OnePlus 10 Pro had been unveiled from January 2022. The availability of the device was, at first, limited and it took until April 5 to see it land in France.
So, even if we had to wait before we could really discover the OnePlus 10 Pro, we had already had the right to a proper presentation several months before. Based on this premise, we can see this Bluetooth SIG certification as proof corroborating an official presentation of the successor, the OnePlus 11 or 11 Pro, in January in order to respect the same time frame.
Especially since the amount of leaks around this smartphone has only increased lately to the point of knowing almost everything about it. This is usually what happens when approaching a presentation of a tech product. Some doubts still remain like the exact name of the device — whether or not it will have the suffix “Pro” — or its price.
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