OnePlus 11 camera samples give us a taste of the Hasselblad camera

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OnePlus 11
We've already seen official camera samples from the OnePlus 11, which was announced in China just yesterday, but it turns out we didn't have to wait long for regular camera samples taken by reviewers unaffiliated with OnePlus to pop out, on Elon Musk's Twitter nonetheless. That's indeed what happened just a few hours ago on Twitter, and we have those sample right here! Thanks to those, we'll be able to paint a much better picture regarding the OnePlus 11 camera performance. 

What makes the OnePlus 11 camera click and tick?

At the back of the phone have a 50MP main camera with the Sony IMX890 sensor powering it, a 32MP telephoto with the Sony IMX709 sensor, and a 48MP ultra-wide cnapper with the Sony IMX581 sensor on deck. As with previous OnePlus devices, the camera was tuned by photography powerhouse Hasselblad, known for its expertise in medium-format photography.

The samples below give us a rather good idea of what the overall performance of the OnePlus 11 camera would be, including both daylight and low-light sample images. We also have some official camera samples straight from OnePlus, which can be seen here, though these are often sugarcoated and might not show the camera performance in a truly objective manner. 


What can we surmise from the photos above? It seems that the OnePlus 11's camera is capable of capturing excellent dynamics, with tons of information in the highlights while simultaneously preserving details in the shadow areas of the scene. Thanks to the large 1/1.56-inch Sony IMX709 sensor, all of your photos will get excellent and natural subject separation, with awesome bokeh light balls in the out-of-focus areas. Colors appear pleasing to the eye, with a natural vividness to them that doesn't really look gaudy or overdone in any case.

We can't wait to get our hands on the OnePlus 11, and rest assured we will be updating our review of the device as soon as that happens. 
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