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OnePlus 11 Pro 5G may be better than OPPO Finx X6 Pro; report

Just a few days ago, known tipster Digital Chat Station had said something about the upcoming OnePlus flagship smartphone which may debut around the end of the year. The device is reported to be none other than the upcoming OnePlus 11 Pro 5G device. Now, we have got another piece of information claiming that the forthcoming device will outperform the OPPO Find X6 Pro.

OnePlus 11 Pro 5G; really better than OPPO Find X6 Pro?

Another tipster on the Chinese microblogging platform Weibo has said something about the forthcoming OnePlus 11 Pro 5G smartphone. According to the tipster, the OnePlus 11 Pro 5G will outperform the OPPO Find X6 Pro in some aspects. Well, the OnePlus is directly or indirectly getting killed by the OPPO. And the news we got now is really something shocking. Let’s see in the future if the OPPO will really allow the OnePlus to outperform its top-of-the-line flagship smartphone.

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It has been previously reported that the OnePlus 11 Pro 5G will be focused on design and performance. And the new report claim that it may outperform OPPO Find X6 Pro in some aspects. This means that some of the features that will be available in OnePlus may not be available in OPPO or may not, at least, be as good as OnePlus. The OnePlus may outperform OPPO in some respects like design and build, charging and sustainable performance.

Both devices are going to be top-tier flagships from their respective brands. Both the devices will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset which will be launched somewhere around the month of October or November this year. Many more features like 150W fast charging, improved cameras and battery is expected to be on the way.

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