OnePlus 11 5G | 16GB RAM+256GB | Dual-SIM | Eternal Green | US Factory Unlocked Android Smartphone | 5000 mAh battery | 80W Fast charging | Hasselblad Camera | 120Hz Fluid…

(7 customer reviews)


Last updated on 15:37 Details
  • Free 6 months of Google One and Youtube Premium with purchase of OnePlus 11. (New accounts only for each service to qualify)
  • Peak Performance: The new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset is the most advanced chipset for Android devices, with increased CPU and GPU performance. Integrated AI processes improve background app usage, delivering increased multitasking abilities.
  • Burdenless Imaging: The OnePlus 11 5G features a triple camera system, co-developed with Hasselblad – a primary 50MP sensor, a 48MP Ultra-Wide sensor, and 32MP Tele Sensor. Hasselblad integration unlocks a wide range of photographic possibilities, including OnePlus Billion Color Solution, Natural Color Calibration by Hasselblad, & Hasselblad Portraits.
  • Cinematic Experience: The OnePlus 11 5G features a stunning 6.7” 120Hz fluid AMOLED display, featuring 3rd-gen LTPO technology & AOD. The OnePlus 11 is now Dolby Vision compatible to deliver a more cinematic viewing experience. Coupled with added Dolby Atmos audio, the OnePlus 11 is a true entertainment powerhouse.
  • Charge Ahead: The OnePlus 11 5G comes with a 80W SUPERVOOC charger straight out of the box. Improved battery health & active cooling will ensure your OnePlus 11 will have improved battery longevity.
  • New Design: The OnePlus 11 comes in two color ways – Green & Black. The circular camera module is bold and elegant, designed to stand out with its chrome accents and curved glass.
  • Dual-SIM: Support 2 physical SIMs or 1 e-SIM and 1 physical SIM at the same time.
Product Dimensions

6.42 x 2.92 x 0.33 inches

Item Weight

7.2 ounces

Item model number



1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)


Android 13.0



Connectivity technologies

5G: n1/n2/n3/n5/n7/n8/n20/n25/n28/n30/n38/n41/n66/n71/n75/n76/n77/n78, 5G & 4G Carriers: T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Visible, Mint Mobile, Google Fi, Ultra Mobile, Simple Wireless, Assurance Wireless, Metro By T-Mobile, Cricket, Altice, Tracfone ATT, Bell Mobility (Canada), Telus Mobility (Canada), Ztar (good2go mobile), Redpocket, Airvoice, Puretalk, Republic, Boost Mobile, Total Wireless, 4G LTE: B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B7/B8/B12/B13/B17/B18/B19/B20/B25/B26/B28/B30/B32/B38/B39/B41/B46/B48/B66/B71, 4G Only Carriers: Freedom Mobile (Canada), Viaero, Rogers Wireless (Canada), GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 WCDMA: B1/2/4/5/6/8/19


GPS (L1+L5), GLONASS (G1), BDS (B1I+B1c+B2a), GALILEO (E1+E5a), QZSS (L1+L5)

Special features

HDR10+, Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision, LTPO 3.0 (variable refresh rate), 1hz Always-on-display, Cryo-Velocity Cooling System, 80W SUPERVOOC Charging, UFS 4.0, LPDDR5X RAM

Other display features


Human Interface Input

Dial, Touchscreen, Microphone, OCR

Other camera features

Rear, Front

Form Factor



Eternal Green

Battery Power Rating


Whats in the box

OnePlus SUPERVOOC Power Adapter, Type-C Cable, Quick Start Guide, Welcome Letter, Safety Information and Warranty Card, SIM Tray Ejector, USB Dongle (Type-A to Type-C )



Date First Available

January 25, 2023

Memory Storage Capacity

256 GB

Standing screen display size

6.7 Inches

Ram Memory Installed Size

16 GB

Battery Capacity

5000 Milliamp Hours


205 Grams

Charging Time

27 minutes

7 reviews for OnePlus 11 5G | 16GB RAM+256GB | Dual-SIM | Eternal Green | US Factory Unlocked Android Smartphone | 5000 mAh battery | 80W Fast charging | Hasselblad Camera | 120Hz Fluid…

  1. Peeky

    Was very worried whether I could get a provider, because I was with Straight Talk with my last phone and I couldn’t find information that Straight Talk worked on this OnePlus 11 phone. I went from an A51 Samsung Galaxy phone to the US Factory OnePlus 11. I took the Sim card out of the Samsung and put it in the OnePlus 11 and I had service right away.

    I know I couldn’t keep the new phone on the old Sim, so I went to get a new Sim Card, but ended up buying a Simple Mobile SIM card which is a sister company to Straight Talk. Had to call into Simple Mobile to set it up though. It would not just setup. However, when I called customer service and they sent me codes, they asked me questions, such as “what is your pin”, etc. and I couldn’t answer them because I was not setup with Simple Mobile. I kept saying I am not getting codes from Simple Mobile and I haven’t setup security questions with Simple Mobile. Later during the conversation I noticed I was getting messages from Straight Talk. I then found out the same people I was speaking with work for both Straight Talk and Simple Mobile. So, my codes were in another email address I set up for Straight Talk. The security questions they asked me that I couldn’t answer, were actually the Security Questions I setup in Straight Talk. Was confusing.

    Want people to know, I just did not want to order a SIM from Amazon or Straight Talk and wait a few days to get it. That is the only reason I didn’t set it up with Straight Talk. The IMIE number did work with Straight Talk. I tried it also with Google Fi and Verizon. Verizon actually recognized the ESIM as well. So, I was surprised. So, my answer to, “Will this phone work with Straight Talk?” Yes it will and it also works with Simple Mobile.

    I bought the Simple Mobile Bring your Own Phone 4G LTE and 5G Sim Card. It was $1.00. But they charged me another .55 cents for 911 emergency fee for the Sim Card. When I signed up with Simple Mobile to be my actual provider, I noticed I am charged again .55 cents for 911 emergency fee?

    The look is different then what is in the pictures. It is not a dark green. In fact it is sort of a light blue green. It is very nice looking and a wonderful surprise. I would say it is more of a marine blue. Laying down with a clear cover on the back of it. It is a light green/gray color.

    How fast it charges is amazing. 15 to 20 minutes and it is fully charged. Love it!

    It was very easy to setup. I used the Google backup method, by backing up my old phone to Google Drive and then uploading from Google Drive to the new phone. All my apps were setup automatically. I just had to put in my internet credentials and email credentials and I was all set.

    One thing I noticed was I couldn’t shut the phone off. Apparently you press the power button on the right and have to hold the volumn up on the left at the same time to get the power option to shut it off. I didn’t like that…so I went into Settings and went to Additional Settings and went to Power Button Menu and then to the Press and hold the power button menu and checked off the Power Menu instead of the Voice Assistant.

    Now all I have to do is press the right hand button and hold it and I get the Power off menu. I did this because everytime I went to power down the phone by using the right power button, the Google Voice Assistant popped up. Couldn’t stand it, so I changed that button to just be Power on and off by doing the above.

    I know I read previous reviews stating this problem, but I don’t think anyone said how to change it. So, this is for people like me, who don’t want the google assistant coming up when they are trying to shut their phone off.

    I will try setting it up with my car next, but I really don’t expect any problems. The service has been good so far and am not having any problems with text, voice or data.

    I didn’t like the lock screen clock. It was weird as it separated vertically the hour and the minutes. I was able to change that by going to Settings, then Wallpapers & Style, then menu option: always on Display and then changing the clock. There are not a lot of options there. But, maybe I can download something on Google Play.

    So, far very happy customer.

    Update: Works with Android Auto. Set it up in my car with no problem. Was tricky as I didn’t understand what I was doing. Plugged it into my USB port in the car and plugged the other end of cord to the phone. Went to menu in car and put on BT Pairing and went to my phone and swiped down to get Bluetooth. It said available devices and gave me some sort of at numbers and letters that had no sense to it one way or another and I pressed that on the phone and then pressed BT pairing on the car menu and I then saw Car Audio and it asked me if I wanted to pair or accept that, so I pressed yes. Called someone and it came over my car radio which was perfect. Make sure car is on when you do all of this and it does say to have it in park. I don’t think it mattered in my case. I have an older 2015 car and it worked fine. I got calls in and they also went out. Perfect! The google mapping worked perfectly on my phone giving me direction by direction.

    Bought a second US Factory OnePlus 11 5GB for my husband and setup Android Auto and it gives us google mapping on his car dashboard with no problems.

  2. Sean

    I’ve been an Android enthusiast since the first Android phone was available here, the HTC Dream/Google G1, I’ve run custom firmware, and tweaked the bejesus out of my devices, so I think I know a thing or two.

    This phone is absolutely top-notch. High spec hardware that works great, in a beautiful, slickly designed package. The Oneplus 11 will hang with any of the current gen Samsungs or Pixel Pro in just about any way. The camera performance may not test quite as highly as a current Galaxy S Ultra or Pixel Pro, but the cameras are very good and very close! Beautiful screen, blazing fast performance, 16gb RAM, and all the 5G and LTE bands you need for any US carrier, so what’s not to like?

    I’ve found the battery life to be very good, as I still have at least 50% left when I get home from work. And as for charging, WOW, this thing charges ridiculously fast with the included charger – faster than just about anything else out there, and most phones don’t even come with a charger anymore. Igo from 40-50% to full in almost no time. I did turn off the Wise charging feature though because I couldn’t figure out how to set it up, and its mystery schedule didn’t jibe with my super early wake up time.

    The lack of wireless charging seems unthinkable for an otherwise incredible flagship-level phone in 2023, and I have no idea why they omitted it. This is unforgivable, although I will say that with the battery life and super fast charging I can get by without wireless. This need not be a deal breaker even if you must have it, since wireless adaptors are all over Amazon for like $12.

    I have found some negative aspects of this phone, albeit minor ones I can live with. For one, the phone is beautifully designed but very slippery in the hand. You’re going to protect your investment with a case anyway though, aren’t you? I found a nice clear TPU one that shows it off will protecting it a bit and adding enough grip to make me comfortable. And I do wish the screen was flat rather than curved. I see no benefit to the curved edges, which can cause glare at some angles and lighting conditions, and they make screen protectors and cases a little difficult to engineer perfectly.

    The fingerprint sensor is my only other gripe. It works, but I have yet to find an under-screen sensor, whether ultrasonic or optical, that works as reliably and quickly as I’d like. Moto nails it with their side-mounted sensor on the power button of some recent phones, and I loved what LG did when the had it in the center of the BACK of their phones. My glass screen protector is probably partially to blame, but the sensor wasn’t perfect with the factory-applied TPU cover, either. This has prompted me to finally try face unlock, which Oneplus has done a good job with, admittedly.

    All in all, I love this phone. It is probably the best Android device I’ve owned, surpassing even the LG V30 and Samsung s10 5G, which were my favorites in their respective heydays. The Oxygen OS interface isn’t as intuitive as stock Android, and some people really don’t like recent incarnations of it, but I don’t have a problem with it. Full disclosure: the first thing I do with any Android device is install Nova launcher and the same basic setup I’ve been using for several years, so manufacturers’ launchers are irrelevant to me, but Oxygen OS is fine with me otherwise and Oneplus bloatware is minimal.

    6/5 stars, GREAT phone with very competitive pricing for what you get.

  3. Fahad

    This is a great phone overall. The hardware is well built and the screen resolution is excellent QHD quality. My user experience is so far very smooth and phone is very fast with no lag or glitches at all . The software is light yet feature packed with near stock android experience

    The fast charging is the main selling point and I found it very helpful and saves my time when I need to go out I plug it and go take shower , dress up and by the time I’m ready it’s fully charged.

    Some falks talk about their need of wireless charging! And I really don’t understand the hype . I would rather have super fast wire charge than throwing the phone on charging mat and watching it slowly charge.

    The Snapdragon Gen 2 processor is a real performer and 16gb ram which is extendable helped with excellent multitasking.

    The 256 GB storage is okay, If I want more space I can just store my files on cloud.

    The design is nice and different, I got the matte black color and used a Tudia case which fitted very nice and is very protective. This is my first curved edge phone so I am trying to get used to the feel of it.

    The phone has nice size and easy to hold in the hand . The rear camera delivers nice photos but the front-facing cam adds this unnatural tone to faces and it’s 1080p so that is something I didn’t like .
    Some reported issues with the Android Auto app and I was concerned but I didn’t experience any of that , it connected to my car with full functionality.

    Overall this phone provides the best value for your money and I am happy with my purchase.

  4. Fernando Rivera Mendoza

    La batería tiene una excelente duración y carga en unos 30 min de 0 a 100. La pantalla no es la mejor pero cumple. El procesador es increíble. La cámara principal es tan buena como la gama más alta de Samsung o Apple. Por último el cargador es compatible con México así que no deberás comprar adaptador.
    Cómo únicos puntos que me hubieran gustado ser mejores: el zoom x2 se queda algo corto y el selfie es un poco peor al de celulares del mismo precio.
    Pero si no te importan esos detalles fotográficos ni tener la mejor pantalla, solo puedo decir CÓMPRALO

  5. Padrinosky

    supuse que si me subia 4 generaciones iba a tener un super upgrade pero estaba mejor el 7t pro en todos los aspectos. Lo que me encanta es que lo dejas cargando 5 minutos y te carga 20% la pila

  6. javier p.

    Le gustó mucho a mi hija y por las características el diseño y el precio está muy bien. Lo recomiendo.

  7. Regular customer

    Thanks for a very beautiful product. Love it OnePlus 11. Recommended to all

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *